Lola Oyewole, VP, Human Resources and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer –
Ocwen Financial Corporation
The Bottom Line: The Business Case for D&I
There are many arguments in favor of implementing D&I best practices within the workplace, but this session will dive into the fundamental business and economic reasons why D&I is good for business.
A Diversity of Talent: Recruiting, Hiring, Promoting
With a workforce that is becoming more diverse with each passing year, long-term success depends on not only understanding and anticipating the needs of a shifting customer base, but also maintaining a reliable pipeline of talent that brings a broad array of perspectives to the table.
A Dream for All: Expanding Minority Homeownership
The minority homeownership rate in Q3 2019 rose just one-percentage-point from the prior year to 48.3%, while the overall U.S. homeownership rate grew to 64.8%. What can the industry do to help strengthen these gains even more going forward, and to ensure that homeownership is responsibly within reach for as many American citizens as possible?
Ensuring Compliance: Government and Regulatory Update
While there are multiple strong arguments in favor of embracing D&I, ensuring compliance with government regulations remains an important one. In this panel, subject-matter experts delve into the latest changes and developments you need to stay on top of.
Crunching the Numbers: Data Insights Into Your Workforce
With technology poised to revolutionize the industry on multiple fronts, why would D&I be any different? In this session, experts discuss how technology can provide insights into your own corporate culture.
Lola Oyewole, VP, Human Resources and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer – Ocwen Financial Corporation