Jeanne Meister

Journalist, Forbes Contributor
Panel Chair


Jeanne Meister is Founding Partner of Future Workplace, an HR Advisory and Research firm. She is the best selling author of four books, two books on Corporate Universities and two books on the future of work. Her most recent book is, The Future Workplace: 10 Rules For Mastering Disruption in Recruiting and Engaging Employees This book was awarded the Silver Axiom Best Business Book Award for Human Resources professionals in 2017 and most recently she received the Bellwether award by the Community College Fututes Assembly.Jeanne is also a Contributor to Forbes and her column can be found here:

Jeanne is the receiver of the Distinguished Contribution in Workplace Learning Award, an award given to one HR executive each year by Association For Talent Development (ATD) honoring her body in preparing executives for the future of learning and working. Jeanne is also the receiver of the Colin Corder Award for Outstanding Achievement in Workplace Learning by The Learning and Performance Institute, (LPI) an HR and Learning Association based in London.

Jeanne was named to HR TECH Top 100 Influencers in 2019 and she will be conducting a special session at HR TECH on Using AI 4 HR. Jeanne is the designer and one of the online faculty for the Using AI For HR online self paced course series, offered  on the SHRM eSTORE. Jeanne was previously Vice President of Market Development at Accenture (

Jeanne is a graduate of University of Connecticut and Boston University. Jeanne lives in New York City and Columbia County, NY with her husband and Labradoodle.

A sample of recent articles written by Jeanne Meister focusing on the intersection of artificial intelligence and HR include:    

How CHRO’s Can Be Pioneers In Using Artificial Intelligence The Rise Of Workers Who Self Automate Their Jobs  Humans + Gigs + Robots Are the New Blended Workforce Ten HR Trends In The Age of Artificial Intelligence Three New HR Roles In The Age of Artificial Intelligence AI Plus Human Intelligence Is the Future of Work