By Kellye Whitney
Aug. 3, 2014
It has been said that as a leader in the male-dominated human resources technology industry, Kristin Lewis “punches above her weight.” John Sumser, editor-in-chief for The HRExaminer also described Equifax Inc.’s director of product management and workforce analytics as a motivator and quick to innovate.
Sumser said Lewis, 27, is an industry thought-leader in a variety of forums related to employer Affordable Care Act compliance requirements and workforce analytics.
Lewis “continues to develop new solutions that will change the way employers interact with their workforce and market data,” Sumser wrote.
Sumser’s praise for Lewis makes sense. Lewis has a tendency to get into an organization, learn and continually develop. She began as a product manager before being promoted to director at Equifax. And at Blackbaud Inc., her former employer, she was promoted several times and was once labeled a rising star for sales performance.
As lead innovator and developer for an award-winning platform for ACA management, Lewis is now helping employers calculate risk, employee eligibility and offer a deeper understanding of today’s employment landscape.
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