The Greenhouse podcast: Talent Makers, featuring Tony Hobley and Lori Bring

TM podcast 2022

Talent Makers are leaders who believe that talent is their top business priority. Rather than seeing hiring solely as the role of People teams, Talent Makers champion better hiring and strengthen DE&I across their entire organizations to achieve business success. On the Greenhouse Talent Makers podcast, join host Micah Gebreyes, Senior Manager of Editorial Content at Greenhouse, as she sits down with hiring managers and recruiters who are changing the game in diverse and inclusive hiring.

In this episode, Micah is joined by Tony Hobley, Chief DEI Officer at Omnicom Precision Marketing Group and Lori Bring, VP of Talent Acquisition at RAPP (an Omnicom company), to discuss the importance of value alignment within a business and how to dismantle the myth of diversity versus quality.

Inclusion should be a uniter as opposed to a polarizer.”

Tony Hobley

Chief DEI Officer at Omnicom Precision Marketing Group

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Hiring is not just about bringing an employee into a company, it is about retaining that employee.”

Lori Bring

VP of Talent Acquisition at RAPP

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No matter how companies are looking at things, your most valuable asset is your people.”

Micah Gebreyes

Senior Manager of Editorial Content at Greenhouse

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Thank you to Goodtime for sponsoring this episode. Be sure to visit Goodtime’s 2022 Hiring Insights Report for more information.

Special thanks to our production partner, Wonder Media Network. Our producer is Alana Herlands, and our production assistant is Sara Schleede, with additional production assistance from Lila Watts. Our Greenhouse producer is Marnie Williams.

About Tony Hobley

As Chief DE&I Officer for Omnicom Precision Marketing Group (OPMG), Tony is responsible for strategy, implementation, measurement and optimization of our corporate DE&I efforts. He partners with our agency CEOs, Talent and DE&I leaders to embed Inclusion and Equity across our business planning processes, our employee experience and our client relationships.

Prior to OPMG, Tony ran Spark44 North America, the integrated Agency of Record (AOR) for Jaguar Land Rover, where he built and managed diverse teams and offices across NY, LA and Toronto. He spent many years with RAPP Worldwide in multiple office and client leadership roles. Tony currently lives in Dallas, TX, with his wife Caitlin McNally Hobley and their 4 year-old daughter, Zoe Mayberry and 3 year-old son, Pierce Jackson.

About Lori Bring

For over four years, Lori has been in-house at RAPP and the RAPP family of brands. Having started her career in client services at Grey Advertising, Lori worked across a variety of Procter & Gamble businesses, including Cover Girl and Pantene, over her almost ten-year tenure there. After having children, Lori chose to move into recruitment for the very industry she’s always loved.

Lori oversees a team of talent acquisition professionals, while also remaining hands-on with finding the best range of diverse talent for every role across the RAPP network. At the core of all that Lori does, is her continued commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. She loves her RAPP family and is always available to share her reasons why!

About Micah Gebreyes

Micah is Senior Manager of Editorial Content at Greenhouse where she builds the editorial strategy for Greenhouse blogs, social media and thought leadership newsletter, Modern Recruiter. When she's not working to bring the brand story to life, she enjoys cocktail lounges and lavishly spoiling her Instagram famous Pomeranian, Cashew.

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