ECIA 2022 Executive Conference Talent Session Highlighted 

Monica Highfill, one of three founders of Women in Electronics (WE), offers tips and tricks for retaining and recruiting talent   


Atlanta — Retaining and recruiting talent goes far beyond career fairs and job postings. Monica Highfill, WE Executive Director will take a deep dive into talent retention and recruitment at the 2022 Executive Conference, themed ‘Bucking Normal, the Resilient Thrive Through Disruption’. This session will educate attendees on the value of mentorship and inclusion, and how this plays a large role in retaining and recruiting critical talent.

Monica Highfill currently serves as a Founding Executive Director of Women in Electronics, a non-profit organization that empowers women with leadership and development skills in the electronics Industry. She also serves as the Managing Director of the Mentorship Program for Women in Electronics. Most recently, Monica was the Vice President of Sales for the Americas with KEMET/YAGEO. Prior to her almost 14-year career at KEMET/YAGEO, Monica held management positions at Kent Electronics, Avnet, and Heilind. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Saint Mary’s College of California and obtained her MBA at Santa Clara University.

“Monica is passionate about supporting women in tech industry careers, and I’m looking forward to hearing how her insights from her experience can help executives learn how to create an empowering culture for all employees,” commented ECIA CEO and President David Loftus. “Attracting and retaining good employees is now near the top of the list of challenges for our industry, and I know our Executive Conference attendees will take away some valuable ‘tips and tricks’ from Monica’s presentation.”

The schedule has been posted and the latest information on the conference is available now. Early Bird Registration discounts will expire soon.

The Executive Conference runs October 23-25 at the Loews Chicago O’Hare

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