Vince Eugenio and Virginia Means join as Alvin C. Miles’ in-studio guests to compare and contrast both potential and performance.
Dr. Vince Eugenio / Senior Director of Talent and Organizational Development, The Weather Channel
Dr. Vince Eugenio is a seasoned HR professional with over 24 years of experience at organizations such as AT&T, Bank of America, Randstad, Cardinal Health, Iron Mountain, and now at the Weather Channel Companies where he leads Talent Development. He has held Director, VP, SVP and Chief Learning Officer titles. His responsibilities have included operations, sales, and management training, talent management strategy development, learning technology, performance management, succession planning, and leadership development.
In his first six weeks at The Weather Channel Companies, Vince is currently partnering with the EVP of HR on HR strategy, sales onboarding, talent reviews, competency development, culture, performance management and executive development.
He received his BS in Secondary Education from the State University of New York at Oswego, his MS and his PhD in Instructional Technology from Georgia State University.
Vince can be reached at VEugenio@weather.com or 770.226.2315. LinkedIn
Virginia Means / VCG Consultants
Virginia brings over two decades of senior Human Capital leadership and consulting experience on behalf of global and domestic organizations. She aligns people solutions with business strategy by evaluating, designing, and implementing optimal Human Resource partnerships and service delivery models.
Her expertise and experience includes:
• Human Resource Strategy • Executive Coaching • Organizational Development and Effectiveness • Leadership Development • Talent Management • Workforce Optimization Models • Multidimensional Performance Management Tools • Talent Acquisition, Retention, Optimal Performance and Engagement • Acquisition and Divestiture Strategy and Integration
She is a board advisor for the Society of Human Resource Management – Atlanta (SHRM), has received the national Pinnacle Award for innovation and was nominated for the Wall Street Journal’s “Women to Watch.” In addition, Virginia has served on several non-profit boards of directors and is a member of the Board of Directors Network. She has helped companies achieve placement on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For, Top 100 Training Organizations, and Working Woman’s Top 100, as well as receive the Catalyst Award for the advancement and development of women.
Virginia attended the Wharton HR Business School. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and is an accredited administrator of the Emotional and Social Competency Inventory for Emotional Intelligence, a 360° feedback tool. She is a certified mediator and Senior Professional in Human Resources.
Virginia may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.909.9185. LinkedIn
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