Victoria Lipnic

Partner - Resolution Economics, LLP

Victoria Lipnic is a Partner at Resolution Economics, LLC. She leads the Company’s Human Capital Strategy Group, which combines the Company’s expertise in data analytics and deep knowledge of regulatory requirements with an interdisciplinary approach to advise organizations on the full range of their human capital needs and reporting requirements including recruitment, selection, promotions, DE&I, pay equity, and overall talent allocation. Prior to joining Resolution Economics she served as Commissioner from 2010 to 2020 and Acting Chair from 2017 to 2019 of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. While at the EEOC she participated in numerous agency regulatory initiatives including the final GINA regulations, the ADA, as amended, and the revisions to the EEO-1 form to include pay data reporting. She organized the agency’s first public meeting on Big Data in Employment, oversaw development of the Office of Enterprise Data and Analytics and published a significant report on age discrimination. She co-chaired the EEOC’s Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace, and co-authored its seminal report. Vicki is currently chair of a technical advisory committee on artificial intelligence in employment organized by the Institute for Workplace Equality. Vicki is currently a member of the NILG Advisory Council.

3:15 PM – 4:30 PM

Tuesday - REGULAR CONFERENCE Tuesday, July 26

Workshop 5

Artificial intelligence and Equal Employment Opportunity: Back to the Future
Vicki Lipnic (Resolution Economics), Kristie Iacopeta, Annette Tyman (Seyfarth Shaw), Eric Dunleavy (DCI Consulting)

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a critical and developing area in the EEO/AA community, and it is imperative that compliance practitioners understand this new space. A panel of experts will provide participants with tangible strategies and concise deliverables to help understand artificial intelligence tools in employment. Participants will learn how to ask questions to assess risk; identify and assemble stakeholders in the room to make high stakes decisions on use; and understand foundational research to assess the EEO consequences and job-relatedness of AI tools.