Company Culture: it’s more than just HR policies and happy hours. It’s a set of shared values, goals, attitudes, and practices. It’s about the way people feel about the work they do, where they see your company going, and what they’re doing to get it there. Join us to hear about the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s journey to build and continually evolve their company culture, and ultimately engage, teach, and inspire through the power of rock & roll.
Speakers: Zoe Ingram (Director of Strategic Projects) & Liz Peschges (Vice President of Culture and Strategy), Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Liz Peschges is the Vice President of Culture and Strategy for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, where she oversees human resources, merchandising, the Rock Hall store, and strategic planning. Liz leads all people-related activities at the Rock Hall and advises the organization on executing its organizational mission, vision, strategy and operations including compensation, professional development, internship programs, and retirement plans. By working collaboratively with all the Rock Hall departments, Liz works to achieve the organization’s strategic goals through a competitive talent program, an engaged company culture, and business effectiveness. Liz serves as a thought-partner and advisor to the President & CEO and provides guidance to the Rock Hall Leadership team, setting both individual goals for team members and organizational goals. A native Midwesterner, Liz joined the Rock Hall from FormFire, a technology company based in Cleveland, where she was responsible for operations and national growth and development. Prior to this, Liz was a business development manager at Follett Higher Education Group in Illinois. She also brings corporate leadership, organizational behavior, marketing and business operations management experience in retail strategy and employee training from Urban Outfitters and Borders in Chicago and Los Angeles. Always a bigger rock appreciator than musician, Liz takes great pride in her expansive record and CD collection and music trivia knowledge.
As Director of Strategic Projects, Zoë Ingram works with teams across the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to provide project management for strategically impactful initiatives, including implementing new ticketing and CRM systems, the Museum Expansion, and Professional Development. Zoe acts as the VP of Culture & Strategy’s advisor in defining executing on the Rock Hall’s mission, vision, strategy, and operations. In tandem, Zoe additionally oversees the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s visitor data collection/analysis and is the Rock Hall’s acting Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Champion. Prior to joining the Rock Hall, Zoe previously worked as a project specialist in product development in the Cleveland technology industry and in the non-profit world as a heritage officer and project coordinator in the United Kingdom. She has a Master’s in Museum & Gallery Studies with a focus on non-profit business strategy as well as a Master’s in History, both from the University of St Andrews, Scotland.