PaShon Mann is Director of Talent Acquisition Diversity Programs at Microsoft, volunteer and breast cancer survivor. She is passionate about helping increase the number of young and women of color that survive breast cancer. She is hoping to increase this number through bringing awareness to the disparities in the number of women of color dying and helping to bring programs to the communities of color. She is a Susan G Komen volunteer and Board Member of Tigerlily Foundation.
PaShon’s career consists of many years as a Talent Acquisition executive at companies like Booz Allen and Hamilton, Northrop Grumman, Dell, Gannett and Amtrak. She attended Morgan State University in Baltimore MD, where she received a B.S. in Psychology and pursued a M.S. in Industrial Organizational Psychology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. She has received executive education at UVA, Darden School of Business and Harvard University.
PaShon lives in Seattle, WA with her husband Steve of 20 years and two Miniature Schnauzers, Zac and Zoe and has one daughter Gabrielle who is a student at Purdue University. She is a foodie and avid cyclist who also enjoys staying healthy in any way she can by exercising often.