Ryan is the associate editor for HR Dive. A lifelong native of Baltimore, MD, Ryan graduated with a B.A. in Communications from Mount St. Mary’s University (popularly known as “the Mount”) in Emmitsburg, MD. He spent 3 years working for the Mount’s student newspaper, The Mountain Echo, before becoming its managing editor. Aside from HR trends, his list of interests spans topics ranging from world history to 5K training to The Legend of Zelda fan theories.
Talent Acquisition, Workforce Development, Immigration, Labor Markets, HR Technology Editor at SHRM.
Tayla Holman is the site editor for SearchHealthIT, SearchHRSoftware, SearchERP and SearchSAP. She graduated from Hofstra University in 2012 with a B.A. in print journalism and English. She is a co-founder and former managing editor of Long Island Report, a student-run multimedia news organization within Hofstra's School of Communication. Prior to joining TechTarget in October 2014 as the assistant site editor for SearchWindowsServer and SearchExchange, Tayla was a freelance writer for the Dorchester Reporter and a senior staff writer for The Inquisitr.
Kathryn is the senior editor for HR Dive. Before joining the Industry Dive team, Kathryn was the editor-in-chief of Indiana University’s Inside Magazine and an intern for Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. She graduated from IU with a BA in Journalism and hails originally from Kokomo, Indiana – sadly, not the Kokomo of Beach Boys fame. Outside of work, she can be found tweeting about video games, film and her love/hate for the Midwest.
Sarah White is a senior writer for CIO.com, covering IT governance, hiring & staffing, and IT jobs.
Libby Kane is a deputy editor at Business Insider, overseeing the Strategy, Careers, and Personal Finance teams. Before joining the company in March 2014, she was the associate editor at LearnVest, covering personal and behavioral finance.
Áine Cain is a reporter in the Careers section at Business Insider. Áine graduated from the College of William and Mary, where she majored in history. She was editor-in-chief of The Flat Hat, William and Mary's student newspaper. Áine has also freelanced for the Williamsburg-Yorktown Daily and USA TODAY College.
Shana is a correspondent for Business Insider, where she covers career development and workplace culture.
Career journalist, including 13 years with USA Today after nine years with the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Courtney Connley is a careers reporter for CNBC Make It. Prior to joining CNBC, she worked as a freelancer for Cosmopolitan and a freelancer for Black Enterprise magazine, where she eventually worked her way up to careers editor. During this time, she created daily content for Black Enterprise’s website and worked with the research team to create content for annual lists like the Most Powerful Women in Corporate America and the B.E. 100s, which spotlights the nation’s largest black businesses.
Kate (McGovern) Tornone is HR Dive's lead editor. She has covered employment law as a business-to-business journalist for more than 10 years and comes to Industry Dive from BLR. Kate hails from south Jersey — a fact about which she is inexplicably proud.
I like to create stories which open up the readers to a whole new world view. Currently, I am working as a Features Writer at People Matters. My stories aim to be a window to the world of talent, HR, and the evolving HR tech space.
Head of Content at Executive Grapevine. Writes about everything that impacts workers and the management of people. Words also elsewhere. Features, whitepapers and educative content across the HR and recruitment.
Business journalist, covering #HR & #Business #news #trends @PeopleMatters2 . @columbiajourn alumna. Worked @Upstox @impactnews_PLN @Shorthorn
Writer, reporter, and now editor. My favorite stories help make sense of the complex, draw connections and tell readers something new about the world. Specialties: management, strategy, finance, cryptocurrency, careers, recruitment, hiring, leadership, gender, diversity, labor , pharmaceuticals, drug discovery, oncology, science, higher education, business schools, international education, college sports, Greece, austerity
Khe is a contributing editor at Quartz At Work, a new edition of Quartz covering management, office culture, productivity, workplace inclusion, career development, and the chaotic lives of working parents. Prior to joining Quartz in 2016 as Entrepreneur in Residence, Khe spent 14 years in Financial Services, most recently as a Managing Director in BlackRock's Hedge Fund investing group. Khe is the creator of RadReads - a blog, podcast and newsletter around leadership, introspection, and how fear holds us back from our potential. Obsessions: Snapchat and burpees
Lauren Weber writes about workplace issues and careers for the Wall Street Journal.
Andie Burjek is a Workforce associate editor and primarily writes about benefits and health. She attended Journalism School at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and she has been writing for Human Capital Media for four years. Some topics of interest for her are health data and data privacy; genetic testing and genetic discrimination; and mental health care in employer health plans.
I am the President of RecruitingDaily. At the intersection of HR and technology, I'm a writer, speaker, advisor, consultant, investor, storyteller & teacher. I've written over 200 HR articles, spoken at over 150 HR & recruiting conferences and I've conducted over 1000 HR podcasts.
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