THINK 24 Speaker Spotlight: Nikkia Reveillac, Netflix

February 20, 2024

Get ready for insights and inspiration from a trailblazer in business strategy and consumer insights: Nikkia Reveillac. She’ll be appearing on the mainstage at THINK 24, the growth strategy conference just for credit unions, taking place May 7-10 in Nashville, Tenn. 

Nikkia is a leader and a visionary with a career that spans roles like Director of Insights for Colgate-Palmolive and Head of Research for Twitter. Now, she’s forging new paths as the Director of Consumer Insights at Netflix, where she shapes how content, marketing, and products intersect. 

But there’s so much more to her story than her titles.  

Nikkia has a unique talent for celebrating “beautiful misfits” in the workplace. She attributes her success as a leader to her love for building collaborative relationships and her desire to understand what drives her diverse team members. 

Nikkia also hosts the podcast “Culturally Unfit,” a candid exploration of how people navigate their careers amidst cultural expectations. Her initiative “Who She Feels She Is” is carving unique career paths for women across the Caribbean diaspora. 

Nashville is calling! THINK 24 is where visionaries like Nikkia Reveillac will gather to discuss industry-wide change and help redefine the future of credit unions.  

THINK 24 takes place May 7–10, 2024, in Nashville, Tenn., featuring an exciting lineup of industry-disrupting speakers, exclusive original research, informative breakout sessions and roundtables, as well as the opportunity to network with credit union industry peers. 

Register today

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