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Developing Creative Intelligence

Saturday, June 14, 2014 @ 10am

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Our Guests:

Kelley Shimansky

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Kelley Shimansky
VP, Organizational Development
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Jean Maginnis
Founder and Executive Director
Maine Center for Creativity

Kelley is currently the VP of Organizational Development at WEX, Inc in South Portland, ME.

Kelley joined WEX in 1997 to create their first Learning Development function (WEXU) and went on to create WEX’s first Compensation; Benefits function as the company grew.

She served as the VP of HR Strategy; Total Rewards with responsibility for all compensation, benefits, wellness and HRIS programs as the company evolved from a subsidiary through multiple parent owners, to their eventual IPO as a public company in 2005.
Prior to working at WEX, Kelley worked at KeyCorp where she served as Employee Relations Officer and Executive &;amp; Leadership Development Consultant.

Jean is founder and executive director of the Maine Center for Creativity. She has spent the past seven years advocating for the support and stimulation of Maine’s creative industries by working collaboratively with business leaders and the arts community.

Her prior experience includes developing brand strategies for financial services; working for WGBH, Boston’s public television and radio stations; and development and membership work for the Portland Museum of Art and the Children’s Museum of Maine. She and her Board of Directors developed and launched the creative place making project, Art All Around, to paint the Sprague Energy tanks in South Portland. She has most recently brought the Maine Center for Creativity’s resources to developing the Maine Network of Innovation and Creativity, an online and in-person network designed to connect talent and business, and Developing Creative Intelligence, a corporate training program to help business leaders incorporate a culture of innovation.

Jean is currently in preparations for the 2nd biennial Maine Creative Industries Award gala, to be held November 15 to celebrate excellence in art, innovation, and enterprise – and the recipients’ positive impact on the state of Maine and the world. Jean was recently featured as a contributor to the University of Maine Maine Policy Review special issue on Innovation.