2022-05-19 14:00 - 2022-05-19 15:00



Profile - Aalap Shah Aalap Shah Managing Director Pearl Meyer Aalap Shah is a managing director in the New York office of Pearl Meyer. With 20 years of experience, Shah advises public and privately held companies on executive compensation issues, focusing on pay governance, pay-for-performance alignment, and incentive-plan design. Of particular interest to him is the intersection between business strategy, people strategy, and compensation strategy, as he believes alignment of all three is required to design effective programs. Shah advises clients in a variety of industries, including technology, industrials, life sciences/health care, financial services, retail, real estate, and media. He also consults on special compensation programs for IPO and M&A transactions.
Profile - Greg Stoeckel Greg Stoeckel Managing Director Pearl Meyer Greg Stoeckel is a managing director and consulting team leader at Pearl Meyer. In his management role, he oversees a team of senior compensation consultants in the execution of the firm’s growth strategy and in the development of consultants at various stages in their careers. In his consulting role, Stoeckel is a senior advisor to compensation committees and executives on all aspects of executive and non-employee director compensation.
Profile - Pamela Arway Pamela Arway Chair, DaVita Inc.; Chair, Compensation Committee, Iron Mountain; Chair, Compensation & Human Capital Committee, The Hershey Company Iron Mountain Incorporated Pamela M. Arway chairs the board of DaVita Inc. She is also a director of The Hershey Company and Iron Mountain Inc. From 2005 to 2008, Arway served as the president of the Japan, Asia-Pacific, Australia region for American Express International Inc., a global payment services and travel company. She joined the American Express Co. in 1987, and subsequently served in various executive capacities, including as CEO of American Express Australia Limited from 2004 to 2005 and as executive vice president of Corporate Travel, North America from 2000 to 2004. Prior to her retirement in October 2008, she also served as senior advisor to the chair and CEO of the American Express Co. Arway brings significant leadership experience as a global executive, with extensive management experience in the areas of marketing, international business, finance, and government affairs. She also brings significant experience in corporate governance and executive compensation-related matters.