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Amy Cappellanti-Wolf Global Chief People Officer, Talent & Business Transformation Advisor, Public Speaker, Mentor and Coach
Amy Cappellanti-Wolf is a Global Chief People Officer, Talent & Business Transformation Advisor, Public Speaker, Mentor and Coach.
Amy is an accomplished senior human resources professional, business transformer and executive coach with expertise in working with startups to Fortune 500 enterprises. Her capabilities focus on developing high performance leadership teams and guiding organizations through complex and challenging business transformations, including pre-IPO, rapid growth, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and culture changes. Her management roles span high-tech (Cohesity, Symantec, Silver Spring Networks, Cisco, Sun Microsystems), entertainment (The Walt Disney Company), and consumer goods (Frito-Lay). Amy’s specialty areas include Business Transformation and Change Management, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Organizational Design and Process Management, and Total Rewards.
Amy holds an M.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations and a B.S. in Journalism and Public Relations, both from WVU. She sits on the Board of Directors and also serves as the Compensation Committee Chair for Softchoice TSE: SFTC, an IT solutions and managed service provider, and D-Wave (NYSE), a quantum computing systems innovator and leader, and Betterworks, a performance management platform, and is an HR Advisory Member to Betterworks. Recently named one of the top 50 most influential women tech leaders by the National Diversity Council, Amy has been a Forbes Human Resources Council Official Member since September 2018 and a CNBC Workforce Executive Council Member from April 2022 until March 2023. In June 2022, Amy was selected to be in the Silicon Valley Business Journal's 2022 class of Women of Influence. In October 2019, she was named to the Roll of Distinguished Alumni at WVU’s John Chambers College of Business and Economics.