Beth Conway
As Nuance’s Chief People Officer, Beth is passionate about creating the best employee experience in order to support customers and drive key business outcomes. She is relentlessly focused on finding new and innovative ways to attract, develop, and retain talented people, so that Nuance continues to stay on the cutting-edge of Conversational AI technology. Prior to joining Nuance in 2018, Beth served as SVP of People at CA Technologies. She holds a BA from Siena College, as well as professional certifications from the Society from Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the HR Certification Institute (HRCI).

Beth Conway’s stories

3 Things Companies Can Learn from “Love It or List It” to Create a Better Employee Experience

I’ll admit, I’m a big fan of HGTV’s “Love It or List It.”  It’s got something for everyone: drama, architecture, design, interpersonal conflict, suspense… what’s not to love?!  But more than that, it explores the various considerations at play when people make important decisions. If you’re unfamiliar with the show, the premise is that two […]

Two things an Olympic Gold-Medalist Skier and “The Team Formerly Known as HR” Have in Common

We recently held our global Sales Kickoff in Boston where we had the honor of hearing from Olympic gold and bronze medalist in Alpine Skiing and the winner of four World Cup titles, Lindsey Vonn.  No stranger to hard work, sheer grit, determination, passion for the game, and (most importantly) winning – she was the […]

Advice To An Intern

Let’s face it: it’s hard to know what type of career you want to pursue when you don’t know what is out there.  Many enter college feeling like we have to know exactly what major we want to pursue and that somehow we’re not driven – or worse, could meander without gaining meaningful experience – […]

#IWD2019: Being the balance

If you do a quick search for “innovation at the world’s best companies,” you’ll find millions of results—ranging from detailed research reports to quirky listicles.  I’ve spent the majority of my career working in the technology industry and, time and time again, I have seen that one of the most important indicators of an organization’s […]