Sandi Guy serves as partner and Director of Human Capital for Carr, Riggs & Ingram which encompass talent management, organizational development, retention, leadership development, engagement, talent acquisition, and diversity and inclusion. She has a proven reputation for strong leadership, collaboration, and business acumen. Sandi’s 20+ years of experience in the public accounting profession, combined with her expertise in human capital, have allowed her to deliver the highest level of service to her internal clients. Most recently, Sandi was a contributor to the “The Oz Principle” series for her best practices in engagement and communication. She has been recognized for her leadership in diversity by various organizations. Sandi was identified as a “Woman Worth Watching” by Profiles in Diversity Journal, and she was named “Influential Woman of the Year” by the American Society of Women Accountants and “Woman Extraordinaire” by Charlotte Business Leader.
University of Alabama, Bachelor’s
Identified as a “Woman Worth Watching” by Profiles in Diversity Journal
Named “Influential Woman of the Year” by the American Society of Women Accountants
Named “Woman Extraordinaire” by Charlotte Business Leader
This first of two sessions exploring “The Great Resignation” will focus on the impact on retention of top talent. Attendees will gain an understanding of factors driving this phenomena and what organizational leaders mitigate losing top talent. After attending, you will be able to list at least three factors contributing to The Great Resignation as […]
This session is the second of two examining “The Great Resignation.” The discussion will focus on ways in which organizations may take advantage of The Great Resignation through talent acquisition strategies. Attendees will learn where to find prospective hires and how to establish a value proposition that will land the hire. After attending, you will […]