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Tina Kao Mylon

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SVP, Talent and Diversity
Schneider Electric

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Tina is a recognized global expert on topics of talent, workforce, and culture. Her work has appeared in numerous journals, including People & Strategy, Across the Board, World at Work Journal, Human Resource Executive, and Human Resource Planning. She is also a regular speaker at various organizations and conferences.

Fun Fact Tina has a 107-year-old grandmother who lives in California.

Full Bio Tina Mylon joined Schneider Electric in April 2016. In her position, she serves as Chief Talent and Diversity Officer for the Group and is responsible for the talent strategy and transformation, including talent acquisition, employer branding, leadership, development and learning, organization effectiveness, succession planning, diversity, equity, and inclusion and well-being. She and her team work with the company’s businesses, functions, and operations to ensure a robust supply of great, diverse talent for Schneider Electric’s long-term success.

Previously, Tina worked for BASF in the U.S and Germany. During her tenure, she served as VP of Talent for North America overseeing talent management and talent acquisition, and VP of Talent Development and Learning with responsibilities for global learning and development.

Earlier, Tina was a Principal at Aon Hewitt (now Kincentric) in the Talent and Organization practice. She consulted with global leaders representing a wide array of industries in the areas of talent management, M&A and post-merger integration, organizational effectiveness, diversity and inclusion, HR strategy, and change management. Also, she served as the Global Leader of 'Insights and Innovations' Research, to drive global research for the firm.

Tina graduated from Brown University magna cum laude, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in the U.S. and Latin American history. She earned her Master of Business Administration with a concentration in strategy and leadership from Yale University.

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