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2020 Event

Creating and Sustaining Inclusive Workplace Cultures: The Hard Truths  

This year, Sara Jones, JD, will give the keynote lecture.

Sara Jones is CEO of InclusionPro®, where she consults thoughtful leaders on building inclusive cultures, with a particular focus on team performance and team innovation.  As a consultant, she has keynoted or trained over 80 groups on inclusive leadership, high performing teams, talent strategies, and career skills. Her clients range in industries such as technology, engineering, manufacturing, financial services, legal services, e-commerce, and non-profit organizations.  Sara was recently honored as Utah Business Magazine’s CEO of the Year, a Distinguished Alumna from the University of Utah College of Engineering, and a Utah Innovation Awardee. Sara was adopted from South Korea and found her birth family after 42 years of separation. She spoke at TEDxSaltLakeCity about transracial adoption:  Learn more about Sara below.

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Event Details:

Friday, February 28, 2020

  • 11-11:45am:       Networking Lunch (optional)
  • 12-1:15pm:         Keynote Presentation
  • 1:30-2:30pm:      Panel Discussion

Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building, 7th Floor
1655 E. Campus Center Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Sara's Bio:

Sara has 20 years of experience within companies leading vision, diversity and inclusion, talent, workforce, operations, partnerships, content/product, fundraising and legal strategies. Sara is also co-founder and COO of Women Tech Council (WTC), a national organization focused on the economic impact of women in driving high growth for the technology sector. Sara currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Intermountain Healthcare Salt Lake Valley Hospitals and as a D&I Advisory Board member for global company Dyno Nobel.

Sara was CEO of ApplicantPro, an HR technology company providing recruiting tools with a strong female workforce. She was VP of Strategic Development at Patent Law Works, an IP firm based in Silicon Valley that has received several diversity awards. She was head of business development at School Improvement Network, an educational technology company, where she led product development and business development. There, she developed professional development content on educational best practices delivered through on-demand video. She started her career as a patent attorney, leading diversity efforts and became a partner at Workman Nydegger. Sara has a J.D. law from Brigham Young University and a B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Utah. 


Last Updated: 4/5/20