Rosa Santos Square

    Rosa Santos

    VP, HR Talent Management & Organizational Development

    Throughout her almost 20 year career, Rosa has demonstrated a heightened commitment to aligning the people agenda with the business priorities, fostering environments where talent can thrive. Prior to her current role at PepsiCo, Rosa held regional and global HR and OD roles for BP plc, The World Bank and the University of Chicago. She is known for driving innovative talent and OE practices that enable business transformation.,

    Most proudly, Rosa continues to advance and elevate women, having created renown programs like Booth Women Advance, at the University of Chicago, or co-found the ColorForward and WhatRules podcast as well as chairing our Women Inclusion Network.

    She holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Management Development and Leadership from Fielding Graduate University, a Master’s degree in Sociology & Politics from University of Salamanca, Spain and University of East London, UK, and Bachelor’s degree in Labor Law from the University of Salamanca, Spain. As a certified Executive Coach, Rosa has held her own practice, where she coached a wide array of senior global executives from the UN, The World Bank, and the InterAmerican Development Bank.

    She resides in Oak Park, IL where she lives with her husband, son and two good old-fashioned standard poodles.

    Summit Speaker

    Talent Panel

    In Disruptive Times People are the Secret Ingredient for Business Success

    Across consumer products enterprises, leaders and managers face new challenges in attracting, retaining, and up-skilling employees. From the front line of the factory floor to R&D labs to quality and regulatory compliance, people are the make or break component for your organization's short and long-term business success.

    Join this panel of talent leaders to learn best practices you can apply in your organization on pressing topics such as defining and amplifying employee experience, managing diverse cultural and generational norms, and successfully engaging employees in transformation efforts.

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