ICSBD Luncheon

  • Billmore Hotel and Suites 2151 Laurelwood Road Santa Clara, CA, 95054 United States

Attend this Silicon Valley Supplier Diversity Organization Luncheon

Come one, come all......Please come join us.....

Description: For the February luncheon, we are excited to feature Lana Gosnell and Daniel Morrison of MUFG Union Bank, a full service bank with offices across the US. As part of one of the world’s largest financial organizations, the Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Union Bank offers a wide spectrum of corporate, commercial and retail banking and wealth management solutions to its customers.

Lana Gosnell is a Vice President and Suppler Diversity Manager of Supplier Diversity & Development for Union Bank. She is responsible for providing diverse business enterprises with the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in the Bank’s procurement of goods and services. Ms. Gosnell joined Union Bank in 1977 and has held various positions in Corporate Planning and in Credit Examination, and 12 years as the Finance Director for the Corporate Real Estate group. She has been with Supplier Diversity & Development since 2012. Ms. Gosnell is active with many business development organizations, and has served on the Certification Committee of the Western Regional Minority Supplier Development Council and a past Board VP of the Northern California based Asian Commercial Professionals organization. She was recently recognized as the WRMSDC 2016 Sourcing Manager of the Year.

Daniel Morrison is a Managing Director and the Group Head of Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM) at Union Bank. Dan has more than 20 years of global Financial Services experience, with 9+ years of Third-Party Risk Management experience. Dan’s other areas of expertise include Information Security & Privacy, Technology Risk Management and Enterprise Risk Management. Dan also has significant process improvement experience (ITIL, Six Sigma Black Belt, SSE-CMM).

Lana’s and Dan’s talk is titled “Managing Risk: Are you ready to do business with banks?”

$30 for members | $40 for non-members | $45 for walk-ins