SAVE THE DATE: March 6-7, 2018

Last year's 4A's Talent@2030 brought together 250 Talent and HR leaders, along with top C-suite agency and client-side executives, who offered candid perspectives about the significant impact that technology, social media and data have had on people and culture. The event culminated with a dynamic Master Class on unconscious bias that left our attendees with new insights about what it really takes to build sustainable, inclusive people and culture practices.

Mark your calendars now and plan to attend this September's 4A's Talent@2030. This year is sure to be an even stronger talent community and knowledge building event for the industry! The agency-focused agenda will present best practices in talent retention that enable the future through innovative engagement and development strategies.  

Click HERE to register today!  

We look forward to seeing you this September!

Click HERE to see highlights, video and images from 2015. 

See 2015 highlights from Day 1 & Day 2

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Chief People Officer


Nancy Gill is a proven HR leader with over 30 years of corporate human resources experience and expertise in talent management and executive coaching. 

Throughout Nancy’s career, she has had the opportunity to work along side rising executives in growing companies spanning financial services, media and entertainment, technology and transportation. She has seen what it takes to win and how easy it is to derail.  Nancy’s experience gives her unique insight into a variety of industries, dynamic organizations and challenging leadership situations.  She enjoys coaching leaders one-on-one and also works with teams. 

Before starting her own consulting company, Nancy led the HR function for the Investment Bank at J.P.Morgan supporting over 28,000 employees worldwide. She served as a member of the Investment Bank Operating Committee and the J.P. Morgan Chase Human Resources Operating Committee.

Before taking on the role at J.P.Morgan, Nancy spent eight years at the National Football League, where she was the senior vice president of Human Resources responsible for establishing and leading the League’s strategic HR functions. She describes her role there as an “intrapreneur” as she was tasked with leading significant cultural change from within the League Office. During her time at the NFL, she was part of the executive team that oversaw the succession of former Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, the transition of Roger Goodell from COO to Commissioner, and the start up of NFL Network and NFL.com

Nancy has a B.A. in Fine Arts and Communications from Kean University. She has an M.B.A., with a concentration in management, from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She has completed the core curriculum for executive coaching at the Coaches Training Institute.

Nancy lives in New Jersey with her husband and two daughters.