Diversity – Our Visions &
Tony Destefano, Human Resources Director, Skanska
I joined Skanska in 2006 as a project engineer before moving over to HR in 2007. Within HR I have worked as a Recruiting Director, Mobility Director, as well as supported training and on boarding initiatives with Skanska. In 2009 I was asked to work as the Sr. HR Manager for our Civil Southeast operations in Virginia Beach and most recently I was moved to Evansville, IN to work as the HR Director for our newly acquired business in the Midwest.
I hold a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Marquette University and a master’s degree in engineering management from Oklahoma State University. Prior to working at Skanska, I served 5 years on active duty in the US Army as a field artillery officer including two tours of duty in Iraq.
Derek Vaughn Automotive Solutions Finance Manager, Intel
Derek Vaughn is the Finance Manager for Intel’s Automotive Solutions Division. In this role he is responsible for P&L management and developing strategies to expand Intel’s presence in the Automotive In-Vehicle Infotainment market. Previously, he was a Senior Finance Specialist for the Global Sourcing and Procurement Group where he was responsible for CPU Substrate Sourcing Strategy.
From 2000 through 2007, Vaughn held various roles at 3M Company, including Engineering Manager for Electronic Solutions Division and Technical Sales for Library Systems Division.
He received a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Florida A&M University and an MBA from Duke University.
Vilma Chan, Market Diversity Leader, PwC
Vilma Chan has over 20 years of change management experience and has been with PwC for over 11 years in a variety of roles. Vilma began her career at PwC working in the Management Consulting Group's Strategy practice focused on multiple dimensions of change management serving the automotive industry. Following this client service experience, Vilma became an integral part of the CFO's special projects team headquartered in New York leading various internal projects and driving tangible change within PwC's enterprise-wide systems and processes. She leveraged this opportunity to become the National Communications Leader for internal firm communications followed by a global communications leadership role for the Advisory and Tax lines of service at PwC.
In the fall of 2009, Vilma took on the responsibilities of the Market Diversity Leader for the Chicago market. In this capacity, Vilma is part of the market Human Capital Leadership team as well as the national Office of Diversity for PwC. Vilma is currently responsible for developing and driving the diversity strategy for the market both internally as well as representing the firm in the marketplace.