Join us as representatives from the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) share what prompted updating their compensation framework, why they decided to be completely transparent with employees and their unique approach to engaging and training the workforce on the new structure. Please bring your questions, this will be interactive.
Mary Beth Murphy, Director of Communications for the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)
Mary Beth manages all activities of the Communications Department, including public and media relations, member communications, corporate communications, community relations, graphics design, website design and content, and other external communications. She is responsible for the development of communications strategies and programs to inform the public about organ transplantation and the allocation system.
Prior to joining UNOS in April 2018, Mary Beth served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications, Community Relations, Diversity and Inclusion at Genworth Financial, creating corporate, business, and functional communications strategies and priorities, and managing Genworth’s overall communications strategy. Prior to Genworth, Mary Beth served in a progression of media and communications roles with Fannie Mae, where her last role was Director of Communications. Mary Beth received her BA in English Literature and French Literature from Smith College.
Tony Ponsiglione, Director of Human Resources for the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)
Tony is responsible for creating an environment in which the people who have invested their talents and gifts in UNOS are valued and supported to reach their potential as they work to support UNOS’ mission. He works to align HR strategy and day-to-day activities with UNOS’ mission and strategic goals.
Tony’s HR career has spanned over 30 years with multiple Fortune 500 companies across a variety of industries, both domestically and internationally. His last role in a corporate environment was as Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Genworth Financial, where he served in a number of roles at corporate headquarters and in the life and long-term care division
Tony graduated from the University of California at Berkeley and earned a master’s degree in human resources and organizational development at the University of San Francisco. In addition to his work at UNOS, he exercises his entrepreneurial nature by operating a small but thriving family business in the far west end.
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