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Speaker BIO: Cicely Clayton

Cicely ClaytonMs. Clayton is a solution-oriented professional with more than 14 years of experience concentrated in compensation management, primarily focused with Fortune 100 / 500 companies in financial services, healthcare and government contractor environments.

As an HR professional, Ms. Clayton has been responsible for overseeing all aspects of performance management and salary planning process, annual and quarterly budgeting for short and long term incentive awards, incentive design, HRIS design and implementation, job classification, benchmarking, job offer processes for all job levels including C-Suite executives, business and strategic planning, organizational design strategy and Compensation Committee submissions. Additionally, she has had extensive experience, across several industries, with the development, communication and implementation of progressive and solutions oriented compensation and total rewards programs.

Ms. Clayton has been an instrumental partner in the design and implementation of value management and business planning initiatives as it relates to compensation and human capital management. She understands the value of building relationships across divisions and lines of business to understand the needs of various stakeholders in an effort to arrive at a shared solution that addresses a common need. Her ability to build alliances at all levels of the organization is instrumental in the overall communication and execution of human resource oriented programs and policies.

Ms. Clayton has been able to provide expert advice and assistance during economic downturns that required her to produce various cost models and compensation related scenarios to assist executive leadership with making decisions as it related to the ongoing management of staff. Believing that as employees progress and promote through the organization, the compensation awarded to the employee be in direct proportion to the value they add to the organization’s bottom line. She has been able to align business objectives with the various levels of the organizational performance management process. Ms. Clayton holds a BBA from Temple University.