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H. Daniel Alvarez – Bureau Veritas

For H. Daniel Alvarez, there’s something special about being on a tennis court. Singles or doubles, on hardcourt or clay, the effect is always the same: how it loosens the lungs and works the blood; and the clarity that comes after an hour or two of non-stop movement. But for all the game’s many benefits, […]

H. Matthew Packard – Ethos Therapy Solutions

As a young law firm associate, he helped multinationals selling weapons of war overseas. The past three years-plus he’s been general counsel and chief compliance officer at a company that rents high-tech home care beds. So which has Matt Packard found to be more the subject of stringent regulations? “It’s easier to untangle the regulations […]

Hadiya C. J. Claxton – McIlhenny Company

Hadiya C. J. Claxton knew what was in the bottles when she joined the McIlhenny Company—makers of the famed Tabasco brand pepper sauce—as its first chief legal officer and global general counsel, as well as its first African American corporate officer. Little did she know just how hot the contents would become. Hired in January […]

Hailey You – Gluwa

She has a fascination with the more unconventional, even mysterious industries. It’s one of many traits that seem to set Hailey You apart from most lawyers, be they in private practice or in-house. Hence, the San Francisco-based startup for which she became the first general counsel this past February. That’s Gluwa, a blockchain-powered platform built […]

Hannah Lim-Johnson – Kelly Services

Once upon a time, the “Kelly Girl” was a ubiquitous image—a woman filling in for a day or a week in a company typing pool or another clerical job. The better part of a century later, Kelly Services has evolved to be a go-to resource for labor in a wide array of industries with assignments […]

Hans J. Hutterer – FINSA

It’s pretty simple. One violation of FINSA’s new anti-corruption policy and you are out. Forever. Bribery. Robbery. Drug trafficking. There is no shortage of crime in the countries where FINSA operates, and technology is allowing people to become more creative in their methods of deception. But as political instability rises and democracies crumble, countries and […]

Hasani Caraway – Zendesk

We’ve all been there, in that anxious state of online order limbo, waiting for the laptop charger or fancy pair of shoes we bought to arrive at our doorstep. When we call to check on the order with customer service, another hurdle appears: repeating our tale of woe to one customer service agent after another […]

Heather Bush – Bureau Veritas

When you stay in business for nearly 200 years, you’re bound to grow. And growth, while a sign of success, has its risks—new markets have pitfalls that can swallow underprepared companies whole. In the case of Bureau Veritas, a global leader in testing, inspection and certification (TIC) services to over 400,000 businesses in 140 countries, […]

Heather Mars – TheStreet

Point to a time in the last 20 years where technology and media created a paradigm shift, from streaming music to YouTube to social media feeds. There’s a good chance Heather Mars was right in the thick of it. Along the way, Mars has come to embrace a change-or-perish approach in navigating the ever-fluctuating content […]

Heather McAllister – Penn Foster

Heather McAllister grew up in Pittsburgh, about 250 miles west of the anthracite-rich borough of Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, where a 19th-century newspaper publisher named Thomas J. Foster took a particular interest in the plight of the men—and their families—for whom coal was both their livelihood and the biggest threat to their survival. Foster’s newspaper having chronicled […]

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