In our third and final video with Deanna Oppenheimer (Non-Executive Director at Tesco Bank, AXA and Worldpay) and Stephen Humphreys (Head of Propositions, Huntswood), Phil Festa, Huntswood's Director of Non-Executive Engagement asks about the due diligence NEDs should be employing when considering new positions.
Internationally acclaimed as a leader in financial services spanning 3 decades, this short clip highlights Deanna Oppenheimer as a speaker and presenter. She brings energy, experience and inspiration to the podium.
Phil Festa convenes Deanna and Steve Humphrey to explore the risks and rewards of digital.
The Banker's editor Brian Caplen talks to Deanna Oppenheimer, former head of retail banking at Barclays and now CEO of CameoWorks, about the challenges of digital, innovation and regulation.
London-based Belong Communications (firstname.lastname@example.org) "At My Best" series conducts an exclusive one-to-one with Deanna.
Speaking on the importance of liberal arts as a preparation for the workforce, Deanna speaks on success factors to look for when hiring and promoting colleagues.
Judy Phair with the Power of Liberal Arts interviews Deanna Oppenheimer on her education, career and current trends she sees in these areas.
Deanna is highlighted as one of three outstanding alumni as part of the University of Puget Sound's "One of a Kind" Capital Campaign.
“Leaders and Daughters: Cultivating the Next Generation of Women Leaders” will again convene renowned leaders, along with their daughters, in rich conversation around the opportunities and challenges women face in the professional world today with an overarching goal to educate, engage and enable women to achieve their highest ambitions.