Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Manager EMEA for Indeed
Tamsen is an enthusiastic CIPD-certified HR expert who has worked in the people and culture fields for many years. Hanlon is currently based in Dulbin however, she spent her childhood living in France and is fluent in the French language. Tamsen has worked in a variety of sectors in these fields , including banking, insurance, consulting, and most recently, technology. Additionally Hanlon also has a background in competitive sport. In 2002, she represented Ireland at the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City as the opening ceremony’s flag bearer. She is the first female Winter Olympian from Ireland.
Tamsen offers a lens of analytics and rigor to the Talent space that she believes is crucial when pushing change. Adopting this lens during her postgraduate diploma in gender analytics from the GATE institute at the University of Toronto. Additionally, she recently earned a masters degree in diversity, equality, and inclusion from the University of Limerick. Mainly concentrating on socio-economics and international human rights. Furthermore, she has a strong belief in the ability of promoting equity in the workplace and in the capacity of organizations investing in DEI oriented Social Impact work to bring about significant change.
She serves on the boards of two organizations, St. Bernards and The Association of Irish Powerchair Football, where she contributes her expertise in human resources, diversity, and inclusion to help children and people with disabilities. Tamsens personal views are strongly reflected in these organizations.She serves on the boards of two organizations, St. Bernards and The Association of Irish Powerchair Football, contributing her expertise in human resources, diversity, and inclusion to help children and people with disabilities. Her personal views are strongly reflected in these organizations.
As Indeed’s Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Manager for EMEA, Tamsen combines her career-long knowledge and abilities with the company’s strong culture and values to, in Chris Hymes’ words, “help people get jobs – all people, all jobs, all over the world.”
- Future of talent
- Future of work
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Equity in the workplace
- Equity in recruitment
- Women in sport
- Health and sport
- High achievement in business and sport
- Resilience, and Overcoming challenges.