Sophia Galvin GetITGirl Bio

Sophia Galvin, National Director of Talent, Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Sophia Galvin is a Mom, wife, aunt, devoted daughter, loyal friend, and lover of life. She is also a dynamic Talent executive passionate about creating work environments that encourage everyone to bring their most authentic selves to work – a place where everyone is celebrated and can learn and grow.

Sophia Galvin is currently the National Director, Corporate Talent with Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) where she has responsibility for full cycle Talent Management including Culture and Employee Engagement and Recognition. As a member of the Talent Leadership Team, Sophia is accountable to the Senior Vice President of Talent for the delivery of annual talent programs ranging from managing the annual salary planning process and performance reviews to the administration of culture surveys.

While at CTCA, Sophia is most proud of her work with driving culture and employee engagement including significant improvement in employee engagement and organizational health. During her tenure, she also developed an innovative culture onboarding program that spanned from pre-board to the one-year anniversary milestone. It improved first-year turnover by 7%.

She had similar success with the University of Miami and Macy’s Inc. in Talent and Culture leadership roles. Sophia led the successful implementation of Employee Resource Groups (ERG) at UM that included the establishment of policies, procedures, processes and operating guidelines. At Macy’s, she managed the successful transition of ERGs from “affinity” networking to vibrant business driving groups. Sophia is proud to have revitalized the University of Miami’s Business Development Program resulting in Best in Class recognition from the local business community. She built Macy’s FL Inclusion program from the ground up

Most of all Sophia is happy that she can do work that is aligned with her personal value system. She enjoys every moment and works tirelessly to ensure that the bridge between work and life is strong for all employees.

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