VP, Fossil Global Philanthropy
Janiece leads the transformation of Fossil Group’s sustainability strategy by developing and overseeing its philanthropic investments and commitments to social and environmental impact. She also leads the Fossil Foundation - a private corporate entity that partners with innovators to unleash the power of youth around the world. Janiece was recently named one of Ebony Magazine’s 2018 Power 100 “Women Up” honorees as a distinctive leader of the African American community.
After earning her B.S. in Social Sciences/Organizational Behavior at the University of California at Berkeley and an Executive M.B.A. from Golden Gate University in San Francisco, Janiece went on to put her true ‘changemaker’ abilities to work in Silicon Valley. During her 20+ year career at Hewlett-Packard Co., accomplishments included the transformation of HP’s $20M philanthropy portfolio and launch of the Imaging and Printing Attach Organization.
Janiece also serves on the boards of PeerForward, Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance, AT&T Performing Arts Center, and Jesuit College Preparatory Foundation.