About This Meeting
Join us for a member-only benefit at no charge: DEC Member Peer Groups!
The DEC has partnered with WTW who will expertly facilitate peer group conversations throughout the year.
Network with like-minded members, sharpen professional skills, share best practices, discuss trends and timely field-related topics and build your DEC network through small, facilitated peer groups centered around your profession.
Registration: RSVP Required through eTix
Missed the previous Peer Groups? No worries, you can still attend!
Please Note: Participation in previous Peer Groups does not guarantee a spot, please RSVP through eTix.
8:00 a.m. ET Light Breakfast & Networking
8:30 a.m. Discussion
9:30 a.m. Adjourn
Phil Fritts leads WTW’s Employee Experience line of business in Michigan, Ohio and Pittsburgh. In this role, Phil’s focus is on helping employers understand the needs of their workforce and improve the employee experience through change leadership, communication and engagement strategies and solutions. Over his 25-year career in consulting and corporate roles, Phil has developed and implemented high-impact strategies to achieve better people and business outcomes. He has advised clients in a wide range of industries including manufacturing, health care and transportation.
Head of Corporate Communication
Pam Rollins is the Head of Corporate Communication at Willis Towers Watson.
In her role, she is responsible for Corporate Social Responsibility, Internal Communication and Change Management, Knowledge Management and Public Relations.
Previously, Pam co-led a combined Marketing and Communication function with Katherine Gehman; served as Head of Internal Communication and Change Management; co-led the communication and change management efforts associated with the Towers Watson and Willis Towers Watson mergers; and held various leadership roles in the communication and change management consulting business.
Pam started her career at Hewitt Associates in 1997 after receiving her Bachelor of Arts in economics from the University of Michigan. She’s been with Willis Towers Watson and its predecessor companies for 23 years.