The Commonwealth Institute (TCI) has announced the expansion of its board with the appointment of new board members including Talent Works’ Shareholder/Director and Senior Vice President North America, Jody Robie.
Initially beginning her career in the broadcast industry, Jody has worked in talent attraction for more than 20 years, the last eight of which have been with Talent Works, helping clients leverage its brand and insight specialists, creative marketers and global recruiters. A long-time Bostonian, Jody attended Harvard University’s Extension School and Boston University’s College of Communication. Jody is a recognized and frequent speaker in the HR and talent acquisition industry, presenting on topics including Scaling up strategies in Talent Attraction, Developing an Employer Brand, Diversity Marketing, Social and Digital strategies and Global Recruiting.
Founded in 1997, TCI is a dynamic non-profit organization that propels women leaders to achieve professional and personal success, and deliver positive impact within their businesses and communities. Its membership includes CEOs, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, directors of nonprofits, independent professionals, and the rising generation of leaders who are committed to building successful businesses, organizations, and careers.
“At this point in my career, I’m excited to help promote TCI and give back to the next generation of women leaders in Boston and beyond,” commented Robie. “I’m a proud member of the Boston business community, and TCI plays a vital role in supporting the successful and expansive community of ambitious female leaders to continue with their success. After 20 years working in talent acquisition, I hope to be able to share my learnings and insights with the collaborative trust, as well as to deepen my own knowledge and help propel the organization forward into the future.”
“I’m pleased to welcome Jody to our established Board of Directors,” said Elizabeth Hailer, CEO of The Commonwealth Institute. “Her decades of marketing and talent attraction experience, especially in the Boston area, will be invaluable to us as we continue to grow our expansive network and continue to make an impact on the development and advancement of all women leaders.”