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Our Contributors:

CultureCon Contributors are nationally recognized workplace culture experts with industry leading subject matter expertise. As executives, they've lead people operations and employee experience strategies for some of the world's most recognized brands including Google, Nike, Mars, Target, Human Rights Watch, and Reebok. Their ideas are shaping the future of work. 

Our Contributors are available for synchronous and asynchronous interviews, podcasts, and articles. To inquire, message us here.



André Martin, Ph.D.

Founder & Principal

Shift Space, LLC


Dr. André Martin is an organizational psychologist and author of the book “Wrong Fit, Right Fit - Why How We Work Matters More Than Ever”. He has spent 20+ years as the Chief Talent Officer of iconic brands such as Mars, Nike, Google, and Target. Now, acting as an operating advisor, coach, and consultant, André continues to counsel leaders and founders to peak performance. When André isn't working, he can be found with his wife and two English labs on the rain-soaked trails around Portland, Oregon.


Jasmine Bellamy

VP of Merchandising, Planning, & Allocation and Head of Community & Culture



Jasmine Bellamy is a love practitioner, visionary strategist, and joyful disruptor who is a catalyst for business and culture transformation. A retail veteran, Jasmine is the Vice President of Merchandising, Planning, & Allocation at Reebok and the Head of Reebok Culture. She is the creator and co-facilitator of Courageous Conversations, a platform that engages issues of Diversity, Equity, and inclusion and inspires transformation in community, which places her among Sports Illustrated’s Top 100 Influential Black Women in Sports.


Jasmine earned a BS in Marketing Management from Syracuse University, Master of Business Administration from Fordham University, and Master of Arts in Theology from Fuller Seminary. In Fall 2023 she will embark on a new journey pursuing a Doctorate in Global Leadership focusing on the Redemptive Imagination of the Marketplace. 

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Colin Mincy

Founder & Chief Engagement Officer

Going Beyond the Work, LLC


After two decades of HR, Talent Development, Labor Relations and DEI experience, Colin Mincy founded a boutique consultancy called Going Beyond the Work, LLC partnering with organizations to strengthen and center equity, safety, cultural curiosity and collaboration to build thriving,and healthy communities at work. Our approach dismantles traditional, box checking, expensive and time-consuming initiatives that employees don't want, need or understand. The models from this venture are transforming work environments in both the public and private sector. 


Previously,  Colin served as the first  Chief People Officer at Human Rights Watch. In this role, Colin sat on the Executive Team and directed the organization’s global human resources function and reinforced and implemented the organization's first diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy to ensure a resilient and thriving staff in ways that reflect the organization’s global role, identity, and mandate 


Prior to joining Human Rights Watch, Colin was the Director of Culture and Change Management for George Soros' foundation, Open Society where he managed human resources operations, and labor relations for its US offices. Colin also worked at the International Rescue Committee leading the regional human resources  function for its US and European headquarters. Previously, Colin worked in the finance and technology sector for Oak HIll Capital, MEAG NY, SimCorp, Tracx and Credit Suisse. 


In addition to his role as a CultureCon Contributor, Colin is Board Chair for Workforce Professionals Training Institute, a NYC-based non-profit committed to activating the potential of professionals, the courage of organizations and the promise of workforce developments with a focus on increasing quality, impact, equity and job training for historically marginalized communities. Colin is also a Kunik Expert and Contributor and Founding Advisory Board Member for Hacking HR and has been a CNBC Workforce Contributor. He is also an INROADS alum and mentor and former Board member of Youth Represent and Jay Williams' Rising Star Youth Foundation.

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