Keynote Speakers

Jonathan A Segal, Partner of Duane Morris Law Firm

 Jonathan A Segal is a partner at the Duane Morris Law Firm. He also is the managing principal of the employment group’s training arm, the Duane Morris Institute. Previously a litigator, Jonathan’s practice focuses on avoiding discrimination, harassment and retaliation and increasing diversity, equality and inclusion. Jonathan has a particular passion for preventing religious bias both as a legal and cultural matter and for promoting religious inclusivity. With the alarming increase of antisemitism, preventing and addressing this form of hate has become core to Jonathan’s practice. Jonathan has provided training to federal judges for more than 20 years, is a frequent speaker at business, HR and other conferences, and has had published on 3rd party platforms approximately 500 articles/blogs.

Armers Moncure, Management Consultant and Strategist

Armers Moncure is a Management Consultant and Strategist in the area of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with a focus on Cultural IQ, Unconscious Bias, and Inclusive Leadership. Armers has led company-wide DE&I Installations, training rollouts, and large-scale culture change initiatives both nationally and internationally. His current thought contributions include exploring the relationship between Employee Engagement, Psychological Safety, and DE&I, as well as positioning that DEI Leadership Competencies are the Missing Link to Operationalizing Inclusion. Armers earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Jackson State University.

Kimberly S. Reed, Award-winning Global Diversity, Equality, Inclusion & Belonging Executive and Advisor. Author. International Speaker. Ambassador.

Kimberly S. Reed, M.Ed., CDE® is a skillful and strategic advisor, and leader who leverages her more than 25 years of experience in HR, talent acquisition, diversity, equality, inclusion and belonging and diversity & inclusion training to transform leaders, and cultures into high-performing organizations. She has worked with numerous organizations in global professional services, health care, financial services, consumer products and pharmaceutical industries. Her inspirational, results-driven approach combines the need for creating more inclusive workplace cultures, increasing revenue growth and generating long-lasting return on investment.

Kimberly teaches organizations the importance of optimizing the DEIB (Diversity, Equality, Inclusion and Belonging) Synthesis using game-changing insights that will drive breakout innovation in your organization.

Kimberly is a national collaborator, thought leader and co-developer with the American Cancer Society (ACS), ASPIRE Leadership Academy, the first ever competitive six-month, comprehensive leadership program for diverse leaders.

Kimberly is a best-selling author of Optimists Always Win! – Moving from Defeat to Life’s C-Suite (Simon Schuster/HCI Communications) where she shares personal stories and advice on overcoming life’s most difficult challenges. As an inspirational speaker, she imparts her optimism in overcoming life’s adversities. She serves as an “Ambassador for Cancer Warriors and Thrivers” and drawing from her own battle with Stage IV breast cancer, now ten-years cancer free.

Reed’s work has garnered her global media attention, establishing her as one of the most sought-after diversity and leadership trainers.

Reed is an active member of her community, serving on several professional and non-for-profit boards as a member, executive council member and chair. She is also a board member, American Cancer Society and The Links, Inc., one of the nation’s oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of accomplished, dedicated African American Women who are active in their communities and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated with over 300, 000 members globally.