HIREVUE TECHNICAL
ADVISORY BOARD

The HireVue Technical Advisory Board advises company leadership on key aspects of HireVue business and technology development, including AI ethics, algorithmic bias, diversity and inclusion, and data security and privacy.

  • Mike Campion

    Michael Campion


    Prof. of Management
    Purdue University

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    Mike Campion

    Michael Campion


    Prof. of Management
    Purdue University

    Michael A. Campion is the Herman C. Krannert Chaired Professor of Management at Purdue University and the 2010 winner of the Scientific Contribution Award given by the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology. He is among the 10 most published authors in the top journals in his field for the last three decades and the second most cited author in textbooks in both I/O and Human Resource Management. He is past editor of Personnel Psychology (a scientific research journal) and past president of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP). In 2009, he was promoted to the Herman C. Krannert Chaired Professorship for contributions and productivity in scientific research. He is also the 2010 winner of the Scientific Contribution Award given by the SIOP, which is the lifetime scientific contribution award and most prestigious award given by SIOP. He manages a small consulting firm (Campion Consulting Services) that has conducted nearly 1100 projects for over 160 private and public sector organizations during the past 30 years on nearly all human resources topics.

  • Suresh Venkatasubramanian

    Suresh Venkatasubramanian

    Prof. of Computing University of Utah

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    Suresh Venkatasubramanian

    Suresh Venkatasubramanian

    Prof. of Computing University of Utah

    Suresh Venkatasubramanian is a professor at the University of Utah. His background is in algorithms and computational geometry, as well as data mining and machine learning. His current research interests lie in algorithmic fairness, and more generally the problem of understanding and explaining the results of black box decision procedures. Suresh was the John and Marva Warnock Assistant Professor at the U, and has received a CAREER award from the NSF for his work in the geometry of probability, as well as a test-of-time award at ICDE 2017 for his work in privacy. His research on algorithmic fairness has received press coverage across North America and Europe, including NPR’s Science Friday, NBC, and CNN, as well as in other media outlets. He is a member of the Computing Community Consortium Council of the CRA, a member of the board of the ACLU in Utah, and a member of  New York City’s Failure to Appear Tool (FTA) Research Advisory Council.

  • Sheryl Falk

    Sheryl Falk

    Litigation
    Attorney
    Winston & Strawn

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    Sheryl Falk

    Sheryl Falk

    Litigation
    Attorney
    Winston & Strawn

    Sheryl, co-leader of the Global Privacy and Data Security Task Force at Winston & Strawn, brings significant investigation and litigation experience to her practice to navigate regulatory and litigation inquiries arising out of data security incidents. A former Assistant U.S. Attorney, she has 25 years of litigation experience before state and federal courts, as well as arbitrators. Sheryl concentrates her practice in data security, cyber and other internal investigations, trade secret litigation, and complex commercial litigation. She has significant experience helping clients protect data, from developing data security and trade secret protection procedures to responding to data security incidents and investigating trade secret theft claims. In her data security practice, she counsels clients on how to identify and mitigate business and legal risks arising out of these incidents. Her work has garnered recognition in Legal 500.

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    Sheryl Falk

    Litigation Attorney Winston & Strawn

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    Sheryl Falk

    Litigation Attorney Winston & Strawn

  • Michael Campion

    Michael Campion

    Prof. of Management Purdue University

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    Michael Campion

    Michael Campion

    Prof. of Management Purdue University

    Michael A. Campion is the Herman C. Krannert Chaired Professor of Management at Purdue University and the 2010 winner of the Scientific Contribution Award given by the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology. He is among the 10 most published authors in the top journals in his field for the last three decades and the second most cited author in textbooks in both I/O and Human Resource Management. He is past editor of Personnel Psychology (a scientific research journal) and past president of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP). In 2009, he was promoted to the Herman C. Krannert Chaired Professorship for contributions and productivity in scientific research. He is also the 2010 winner of the Scientific Contribution Award given by the SIOP, which is the lifetime scientific contribution award and most prestigious award given by SIOP. He manages a small consulting firm (Campion Consulting Services) that has conducted nearly 1100 projects for over 160 private and public sector organizations during the past 30 years on nearly all human resources topics.

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    Ben Taylor

    Co-founder
    Ziff.ai

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    Ben Taylor

    Co-founder
    Ziff.ai

    Ben Taylor is a co-founder at Ziff.ai, delivering automated deep learning into production. Ben has over 14 years of machine learning experience and is known for pushing the boundaries for what is possible with deep learning, including predicting country of origin, genetic haplogroups from a face, and even the ranking of ABC’s The Bachelor contestants. Previously, he worked in the semiconductor industry for Intel and Micron in photolithography, process control, and yield prediction and as a Wall Street quant building sentiment stock models for a hedge fund trading the S&P 1500 on news content on a 600 GPUcluster. Ben left finance and the semiconductor industry to work for Sequoia-backed startup HireVue, where he led the company’s machine learning efforts around digital interview prediction and adverse impact mitigation.

  • Kevin Marasco

    Kevin Marasco