Dr. Sydney Savion
 Global Learning Futurist, Google
Dr. Sydney Savion has been instrumental in shaping iconic global workforces and workplaces. In her 20+ years of executive experience at Google, Cityblock Health, Air New Zealand, Dell Technologies, Booz Allen Hamilton, and the US Air Force, she has led broad transformation, optimization, and sustainability initiatives across industry sectors ranging from consulting, computing, aerospace to emerging markets. She is currently serving as the Global Learning Futurist at Google. In 2020, Sydney was awarded Chief Learning Officer of the Year by Human Capital Media in recognition of her individual achievement across the industry worldwide. Under her leadership stewarding learning transformation, Air New Zealand received the prestigious LearningElite Silver award- a first in the history of New Zealand. She is a member of the advisory board of Cognota – an award-winning Canadian software company and Au Consulting – a Māori-founded New Zealand business consulting firm. Sydney is a noted author and speaker on learning processes, culture, and innovation and has given voice to her work at Harvard and Columbia Universities. She is one of 55 women featured in a new premier book release Women Community Leaders and Their Impact as Global Changemakers. She earned a research-based Doctor of Education in Human and Organizational Learning specializing in behavioral science from The George Washington University.
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