Ingrid is a culture disruptor, curator of belonging, and inclusion advocate with 20+ years of experience managing people and processes in the areas of Global Diversity and Inclusion, Operations, Employee Engagement, Leadership Coaching, and Development. She approaches her work with the mindset that it is a joy to make space for everyone. She was born in South Central Los Angeles to an interracial couple, prior to the Loving Act. Growing up Black in LA, she found her identity through her father's social activism, her community service, and the discovery of culture through the arts. She is a devoted mother and grandmother.
Tiffany Mayberry is a Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Professional with an extensive background in the television and film industry. She is the former Director, Enterprise Inclusion at WarnerMedia and Director, Employee Engagement at Warner Bros. Entertainment. Prior to these roles, Ms. Mayberry spent fifteen years between Warner Brothers and HBO as an executive in television production. Throughout her careers, she has been a recipient of the NAMIC Leadership Program, graduate of the African-American Board Leadership Institute (AABLI), an Ambassador for Proctor & Gamble’s My Black is Beautiful campaign, an active participant in her community, and devoted volunteer.
Pam Williams is an event architect and institutional culture curator, specializing in strategic solutions and infrastructure development for process, production, operations, and marketing initiatives. With more than 25 years of collective business experience and tradeshow management at International Market Centers, Merchandise Mart Properties, George Little Management, DMG World Media/Events and Americas Mart-Atlanta, Pam is a consummate professional with agency, expertise, and specialized knowledge. She also has entrepreneur experience as the founder of two family-owned businesses, OWP Virtual Events and Black Santa Jingle. Pam is passionately committed to mentoring and serving numerous non-
profit organizations and individuals, specifically in the entertainment industry and faith-based communities.