We believe we have a responsibility to help employees show up at work with their authentic self. Only when we embrace this mindset can we truly develop a diverse and inclusive workforce.

Shareen Luze is head of culture and field experience for RBC Wealth Management–U.S. She saw equality and equity at the core of her upbringing—and applies her values to the work she does today. Shareen is dedicated to fostering a workplace that helps all employees reach their full potential.

In her role, Shareen develops and executes strategic human resources strategies and initiatives for the firm. She has built a career around providing compassionate advice and counsel to employees, managers and leaders. She's also established workplace policies that comply with legal and regulatory requirements and support RBC’s values.

Shareen and her team support the RBC Wealth Management–U.S. business through the design and execution of HR programs that support employees and give them the tools they need to succeed. The team provides guidance on all aspects of human resources, including talent management, employee development, performance enablement, organizational design, change management, compensation and diversity and inclusion.

Her expertise, energy and passion for people are evident in Shareen's ability to develop and implement HR programs that attract, retain, reward and develop a talented workforce. Prior to joining RBC in 2006, she worked as a senior associate counsel at a Minneapolis law firm, practicing in the areas of employment counseling and litigation.

She earned a bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of Michigan and graduated cum laude from Hamline University School of Law. Shareen currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Tubman Center, which promotes safe and healthy individuals and families through education and support services.

When she’s not in the office, Shareen enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

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