The Breakthrough Hiring Show: Recruiting and Talent Acquisition Conversations

Ep 16: Katherine Johnson, Chief People & Legal Officer, Head of Compliance - Storj Labs

June 13, 2022 SecureVision
Ep 16: Katherine Johnson, Chief People & Legal Officer, Head of Compliance - Storj Labs
The Breakthrough Hiring Show: Recruiting and Talent Acquisition Conversations
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The Breakthrough Hiring Show: Recruiting and Talent Acquisition Conversations
Ep 16: Katherine Johnson, Chief People & Legal Officer, Head of Compliance - Storj Labs
Jun 13, 2022
SecureVision

Katherine Johnson, Chief People & Legal Officer, Head of Compliance at Storj, joins host James Mackey to discuss what the "Web 3" world of decentralization must get right (and where Web 2 failed), hiring policies and parameters to ensure a diverse workforce; applying the Rooney Rule in Corporate America, the responsibility of SMBs to implement DE&I into the company’s framework, and a lot more!

Episode Chapters

00:20 Who is Katherine Johnson and what is Storj?

03:45 How owning a legal practice, Wall Street experience of anti money-laundering, compliance, and regulation helped her transition into Crypto & blockchain

04:45 Katherine's upcoming book about what Web 2 got wrong, Web 3 must get right

08:05 The responsibility to implement DE&I into your company’s framework

12:15 How to approach job descriptions

15:05 Being inclusive is about making everyone feel welcome and being mindful

21:45 Hiring policies and parameters to ensure a diverse workforce; the Rooney Rule

28:45 Impacts of DE&I efforts

34:45 Storj Institute helps under-represented get a foothold in tech

35:45 Lessons learned from working at an international, multicultural company

40:45 How to get in touch with Katherine


Thank you to our sponsor, SecureVision, for making this show possible!


Our host James Mackey

Follow us:
https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/

#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!
https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviews

Thanks for listening!


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Katherine Johnson, Chief People & Legal Officer, Head of Compliance at Storj, joins host James Mackey to discuss what the "Web 3" world of decentralization must get right (and where Web 2 failed), hiring policies and parameters to ensure a diverse workforce; applying the Rooney Rule in Corporate America, the responsibility of SMBs to implement DE&I into the company’s framework, and a lot more!

Episode Chapters

00:20 Who is Katherine Johnson and what is Storj?

03:45 How owning a legal practice, Wall Street experience of anti money-laundering, compliance, and regulation helped her transition into Crypto & blockchain

04:45 Katherine's upcoming book about what Web 2 got wrong, Web 3 must get right

08:05 The responsibility to implement DE&I into your company’s framework

12:15 How to approach job descriptions

15:05 Being inclusive is about making everyone feel welcome and being mindful

21:45 Hiring policies and parameters to ensure a diverse workforce; the Rooney Rule

28:45 Impacts of DE&I efforts

34:45 Storj Institute helps under-represented get a foothold in tech

35:45 Lessons learned from working at an international, multicultural company

40:45 How to get in touch with Katherine


Thank you to our sponsor, SecureVision, for making this show possible!


Our host James Mackey

Follow us:
https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/

#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!
https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviews

Thanks for listening!


Who is Katherine Johnson and what is Storj?
How owning a legal practice, Wall Street experience of anti money-laundering, compliance, and regulation helped her transition into Crypto & blockchain
Katherine's upcoming book about what Web 2 got wrong, Web 3 must get right
The responsibility to implement DE&I into your company’s framework
How to approach job descriptions
Being inclusive is about making everyone feel welcome and being mindful
Hiring policies and parameters to ensure a diverse workforce; the Rooney Rule
Impacts of DE&I efforts
Storj Institute helps under-represented get a foothold in tech
Lessons learned from working at an international, multicultural company
How to get in touch with Katherine