The Hidden Talent Pool: Hiring Formerly Incarcerated Individuals: What’s Next WA – The Partnering for an Inclusive Workforce Project. Co-founders of What’s Next Washington Susan Mason and Roz Solomon will share information to educate all on how to recruit, hire and retain formerly incarcerated talent.
What’s Next Washington is an organization of formerly incarcerated individuals and allies working to improve the ability of people with conviction histories to reintegrate into society and achieve longterm economic stability.
About the Presenters:
Susan Mason is co-founder and executive director of What’s Next – Washington. She spent 15 years in the mortgage industry before becoming an advocate and organizer for systemic policy change and the reinstatement of full civil rights for people with conviction histories. Susan is a National Council of Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls 2019 Reimagining Communities Fellow and a Just Leadership USA 2018 Leading with Conviction Fellow. She was incarcerated in federal prison for 15 months and was released in 2003.
Solomon is co-founder and current board president. Solomon practiced corporate law until becoming an administrative law judge hearing employment and labor cases, as well as teaching law as an adjunct at Seattle University. She co-founded the Washington Business Alliance with Howard Behar and David Guiliani in 2010 and served as their executive director for three years. Solomon is committed to the idea that all people deserve the dignity of inclusion and full human rights.
Preventing Cyber-crimes & Data-mining for State Employees: Kim Triplett-Kolerich will present on cyber security and how data mining impacts our information.
Triplett-Kolerich is a senior investigator for Office of the Attorney General’s Financial Crimes Unit. Her work with the attorney general’s office includes serving as an investigator in the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit. Her career includes 27 years with the Washington State Patrol, which includes 10 years as a detective investigating social security fraud, auto thefts and out-of-state license fraud. She also spent two years in the private sector for the Bank of America’s executive protection unit.
Triplett-Kolerich is also the founder of Integrity Blue as a means to teach cyber-crime awareness and prevention techniques for businesses, community groups, police agencies, insurance companies and financial institutions.
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