Gail Tolstoi-MillerGail Tolstoi-Miller

CEO: Staffing, Diversity, Inclusion & Unconscious Bias Strategist at Consultnetworx

CEO Gail Tolstoi-Miller is an award-winning speaker, career coach, author, staffing & business strategist. Gail’s TEDx Talk on Unconscious Bias in the Workplace has reached global acclaim included in several case studies and sparked the “So what?” Revolution, a movement about awareness of unconscious bias, snap judgments and focusing on what matters.

Whether she’s advising executives on their broken hiring processes, Diversity & corporate culture or setting job candidates straight about their blind spots, Gail doesn’t pull any punches. With over 20 years industry experience with fortune 500 companies & start-ups and over 15,000 job placements, her insider perspective will shock and surprise you. Gail is dual CEO for Consultnetworx and Careernetworx.

In addition, Gail has her own digital platform which includes practical and engaging online courses to help companies and job seekers exceed their goals and she has an online Unconscious Bias course on the Udemy platform.

Gail speaks globally at conventions, organizations, universities, associations and other venues. Gail’s first book, Networking Karma, is all about networking by giving. Networking Karma won IndieReader’s 2016 Discover Award for best business book. Also, she has a Podcast, A No BS Life.

Gail has won Top Diversity Business Award 5 years in a row, and several entrepreneurship awards: NJBIZ Best 50 Women in Business, Enterprising Women of the Year Award, CEO of the Year by CV Magazine and Top 25 Leading NJ Women Entrepreneur Finalist.

Gail has been in global publications and TV such as Wendy Williams Show, Forbes, Fox, MSN and Inc. Gail is Founder and President of Human Resources NJ Group and Torchbearer for NYU, interviewing prospective students for college admission. Gail is an NYU graduate, with a BA in Sociology and Philosophy.

Takes part in

Sep, 4 4:00 PM CEST
Stage 2
Panel Discussion

How to Disrupt Racial, Disability, and Gender Bias and Make Culture a Competitive Advantage?

  • How to design a training meant to shift inclusion both internally and for customers
  • How to enable critical outcomes and drive positive change within the matrixed business through diversity and inclusion
  • How to use training as a foundation to disrupt everyday biases
Gail Tolstoi-Miller CEO: Staffing, Diversity, Inclusion & Unconscious Bias Strategist at Consultnetworx
José Velasco Chief Program Manager & Autism at Work Program Ambassador at SAP
Lenora Billings-Harris CEO and Diversity Strategist at Ubuntu Global
Kirsten Mitchell Inclusion & Diversity Leader, Amazon Web Services Cryptography and Safety Engineering Organization
Delfina Daglio Diversity & Inclusion Partner at IBM
Albert E. Smith Jr. Corporate Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Chemonics International