Casey Tate Mahoney
Friday, April 23, 2020 – 11:10 AM
When Women Thrive: 5 Years into Closing the Gender Game
Gender equity is not a nice to have, it’s a business imperative. In fact, proactive Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) conversations are essential for organizations who want to thrive in the future of work. With the next generation of Mercer’s When Women Thrive research launching in January 2020, we are now more prepared than ever to make significant progress in understanding gender disparities and how to address them more rapidly.
- Explore the latest When Women Thrive research findings, at a global, regional and industry level to understand the current state of women in the workplace.
- Dive deep into the roles of inclusive culture, leadership engagement, pay equity, flexible work, and more in fostering a workplace for all genders.
- Learn how companies are taking action and demonstrating the business impact of their progress so that you can drive critical gender equity conversations in your organization.
Casandra (Casey) Tate Mahoney, Partner and Milwaukee Office Leader, manages Mercer’s largest Midwest-based client relationships and provides business oversight and guidance for the office. Focused on high client satisfaction, she ensures that Mercer resources across the US and around the globe are properly deployed to anticipate clients’ needs and exceed their expectations. With more than 22 years of experience, she has worked closely with her clients to drive positive impact to the bottom line through improved local and global human capital strategies. She has consulted with a wide range of clients on broad-based benefits and compensation strategy, retirement and healthcare plan design, total reward strategies, HR effectiveness, talent management, employee communication and engagement, workforce planning, information products and services (surveys), investments, M&A and outsourcing.
Prior to joining Mercer, Casandra was the Director of Marketing and Membership at AACRAO, a higher education association in Washington, D.C. She was responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with corporate members, and overseeing the membership customer service area. Earlier, she was the publisher for The Washington Monthly Magazine.
Casandra earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Marquette University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in communication from Boston University. She was identified as one of the “40 under 40” in the February 2008 Milwaukee Business Journal, and as one of the ‘Rising Stars: Young Civic Leaders Make Mark on Milwaukee’ in the February 2005 Milwaukee Journal. Casandra currently participates on the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum board, leads her daughter’s Girl Scout troop, is active in the Parents’ Association, and is President of the Tate Family Foundation. She is also a member of Professional Dimensions, Mercer’s women’s network, and TEC (The Executive Committee.)