Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn is a recognized thought leader on the workforce of the future and an expert in education, the social enterprise, and knowledge systems. As an expert in the workforce of the future, she consults and presents to business and government leaders across the globe. She was recognized as one of "The 2015 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology" by the National Diversity Counsel, which features the most influential female executive leadership across America’s leading corporations.
During her more than 20-year career with Cisco, Jeanne brought the first social education system in the industry (the Cisco Learning Network) to market in 2008. In 2015, while finishing her book I'm the Boss of Me, she founded The Internet of Things Talent Consortium to empower and accelerate a more agile workforce in the digital economy.
At Cisco, Jeanne’s work is best described as helping customers and partners be successful, creating capabilities and innovative new services and solutions, moving through disruptive changes in technology, identifying new market opportunities, and helping others to disrupt business models and create growth opportunities. In other words, she’s on a crusade to move the entire technology industry forward.
But she doesn’t want to stop with the industry. Jeanne has a passion for mentoring people. I'm the Boss of Me is her way of doing that at scale. Her philosophy of self-empowerment and love fuels her professional and personal calling to help people develop themselves and their careers, work together, collaborate, innovate, and be better together.
Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn is Vice President and GM at Cisco Systems, where she leads several businesses including education. She is president and chairman of the Internet of Things Talent Consortium. She also serves on a number of advisory boards for organizations committed to continuous learning and talent. She lives in Northern California with her husband, Larry, and their four-legged furry child, Hunter.