Jane Weiss, Co-President of Women’s Roadmap, has been a champion for creating inclusive organizations and developing women leaders throughout her career. Jane brings over 20 years experience in leadership and organization development to her work. She has worked with senior leaders at organizations of all sizes, across industries and countries, to meet their business goals through improving their workplace cultures and supporting leaders. Clients have included AT&T, Bright Horizons, Alston & Bird, CarMax, Grupo Ferré Rangel, the US Army and GlaxoSmithKline. Her areas of expertise include: leadership and team development, creating inclusive cultures, workshop design and facilitation, designing and conducting organizational assessments, developing and implementing strategic human resources initiatives, action learning, and executive coaching. Prior to founding Women’s Roadmap, Jane was a Principal Consultant at the Great Place to Work® Institute. During her tenure, Jane led the Learning & Networking practice, where she co-developed and facilitated the Executive Strategy Network, a learning and leadership exchange for senior leaders from 100 Best Companies. She is known for her ability to design initiatives, events and executive team meetings that support learning while accomplishing objectives. Prior to joining the Great Place to Work® Institute, Jane served as the Director of Organization & Leadership Development for CIGNA International. Jane has a Masters degree in Organization Development from the AU/NTL program at American University and a B.A. degree from Brandeis University.
Selena Rezvani, Co-President of Women’s Roadmap, is a recognized consultant, author, and speaker on women and leadership. Selena’s mission is to help high-potential women reach the top echelons of leadership, a goal she achieves through one-on-one coaching with aspiring women leaders―and by working with senior leaders to position an inclusive workplace as a competitive business advantage. Selena is the author of the acclaimed career guidebooks, "PUSHBACK: How Smart Women Ask—And Stand Up—For What They Want" (Jossey-Bass, 2012) and “The Next Generation of Women Leaders” (Praeger, 2009). Her experience and success in this arena make Rezvani a frequent resource for news media and an in-demand business speaker. She is a regular commentator on NPR’s syndicated The 51% Perspective, blogs for Forbes.com, and writes a women and leadership column for The Washington Post. Prior to starting Women’s Roadmap, Selena led the individual assessments practice at Washington, DC-based Management Concepts, where she administered and coached clients on personality, leadership, and aptitude measures. Selena also worked as a senior member of the consulting team at the Great Place to Work® Institute, where she consulted widely on issues of organizational change and workforce development. Her consulting experience includes industry engagements with Monster.com, Novartis Corporation, DaimlerChrysler, Inova Health System, and Brooks Brothers. Selena received her BS and MSW degrees from NYU, and has an MBA from Johns Hopkins.