Join us for an Innovation Leaders Speaker Series webinar event featuring Matrice Jackson, Senior Manager, Research & Engineering Innovation Capabilities Management. Matrice will describe her broad and diverse roles in innovation management at KCC, and share her twenty years of experience with strategies and tactics for building high performing and diverse innovation talent. Learn how she helps her team members each find their unique "superpower" and ensures that new product development projects have continuity from end to end.
Kimberly Clark Corporation is a Fortune-500 manufacturer of consumer products with $18 billion in annual revenues. It is the owner of such well-known brands as Huggies, Scott and Kleenex. In recent years, it has opened Global Innovation Centers and a Digital Innovation Lab, and developed technology partners through the “K Challenge” to take its products into the digital age. A 20-year veteran of the company, Matrice will share her insights on building organization-wide innovation capacity person by person, team by team.
We also will enable an attendee networking forum for 30 minutes after the webinar.
Matrice Jackson is Senior Research & Engineering Manager and internal liaison for innovation at Kimberly Clark Corporation (KCC) in Atlanta. She is an experienced people leader and product developer who has been recognized for her leadership in innovation and building talent. She is passionate about helping people develop and authentically use their superpowers to bring value within the innovation space. Over the past 20 years at KCC, she has led teams and worked across multiple Research, Development & Engineering disciplines in both consumer (B2C) and business to business (B2B) industries. She has had proven success in working with and building the capability of global, multi-cultural teams in the areas of product, process, and technology innovation. She leads teams with intention, intuition and vision and believes diverse teams that are engaged and empowered are necessary to deliver high-performing, customer-valued innovations to the marketplace.
Matrice has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Tuskegee University and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Auburn University.