Dr. Meisha-ann Martin

Senior Director, People Analytics and Research, Workhuman


Dr. Meisha-ann Martin is the senior director of people analytics and research at Workhuman, the company revolutionizing the way employees celebrate, connect with, and appreciate each other in the workplace.
Meisha-ann has a personal passion for diversity, equity and inclusion and loves using data and analytics to identify and remedy inclusion gaps in the employee experience. She is considered a people analytics/employee experience expert as she has led these efforts in companies like Flex, JetBlue and Raymond James Financial and is the former head of talent experience at ServiceMaster.
Meisha-ann has a Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology based on her research on diversity attitudes in the workplace and has fifteen years of experience working in people analytics and employee engagement across a variety of different industries.
Meisha-ann regularly speaks at conferences, on webinars and on podcasts; her thought leadership has been featured in Forbes, HR Dive, and Benefits Pro.

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Tuesday, April 16
2:40 pm - 3:30 pm CT
Empowering Women’s Advancement: How to Set a New Standard for Culture
Breakout Session
Despite progress, women face inadequate representation in corporate spaces. In fact, it’s estimated More details that globally less than one third or leadership positions are held by women, even though they make up nearly half the workforce and women of color encounter challenges across all levels of employment. One effective approach to promote the advancement of all women is through strategic recognition and inclusive workplace cultures.

Join Meisha-ann Martin, Senior Director of People Analytics and Research and People Data Analyst Julian Wright from Workhuman and a special guest as they discuss the obstacles and hidden barriers faced by women at work.

You can expect to walk away with:
  • Actionable steps to create pathways for growth and representation of women colleagues
  • Tips on how to cultivate an inclusive culture that combats gender bias
  • A deeper understanding of how recognition can be used strategically to build equitable workplaces
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People, Culture & Experience
Employee Communication
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