Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer
Zynga, San Francisco, CA, US
At Zynga, we connect the world through games and delight consumers with social gaming experiences. We innovate for our players through in-game experiences, for employees through our culture and for our communities through engagement, investment and service. We take pride in making games that reach a large audience and in building communities that last. This pride and commitment extends to the talented teams that make Zynga an incredible company and the best place to build your career. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive company and this commitment gives our team members equal opportunity to thrive. Zynga is looking for a CHIEF DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION OFFICER, who will lead and build upon our current Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) strategy and action plan.
Chief Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Officer
Twilio Inc., San Francisco, CA, US
Twilio is seeking a Chief Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Officer who will champion, promote, and continue to guide the Company’s inclusion strategy and diversity initiatives across our global footprint in a way that is unique and authentic to Twilio. The CDIBO will report to the Chief Executive Officer, and partner with the entire Executive Team, with especially close collaboration with the Chief People Officer. This role is integral to the company, our culture, and the experience of each and every Twilion every day.
Chief Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Officer
Levi Strauss & Co., San Francisco, CA, US
Reporting to the Chief Human Resources Officer, the Vice President and Chief Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Officer will design and implement a holistic diversity, inclusion and belonging strategy – to cultivate an enduring company with individuals of diverse backgrounds at all levels, where all of our employees are included and grow and succeed. You will oversee essential practices and programs related to diversity, inclusion and belonging (DI&B), bringing thought leadership, a compelling vision for success and continuing best practices in the DI&B space. You will lead and amplify LS&Co.’s work around all aspects of diversity and inclusion, partnering with key stakeholders including: Talent Acquisition, Learning & Development, Merchandising, Marketing, Supply Chain, Corporate Affairs and Communications and external community partners.
Chief Diversity Officer
Zuora, Remote, Redwood City, CA, US
Our growth story is only beginning and we’re looking for a Chief Diversity Officer who will champion, promote and drive our diversity and inclusion initiatives working across all of our functions globally.. Leveraging your past learnings and business orientated approach, you’ll build on our strong foundation, developing a diversity and inclusion framework that connects Zuora’s mission and business strategy for growth. You’ll scale our diversity and inclusion efforts, fostering a work environment where all ZEO voices are heard and validated; instilling a deep sense of belonging within our unique ZEO culture.
CCS Fundraising, NY, New York
Reporting to the Managing Director of Human Resources, the Vice President, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (VP), a new role at the firm, will play a critical leadership role to foster an inclusive workplace that not only values and is responsive to the diversity of staff and the organizations CCS serves, but elevates all voices and identities across its work. In partnership with an external expert and senior leadership the VP will build CCS Fundraising's internal capacity to ensure diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are central tenets of the firm and are embedded across the organization. Ultimately, the VP will be responsible for setting and executing short and long-term strategies that ensure CCS staff have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge around mission-critical elements of DEI and that all identities feel a sense of belonging at the firm.
Vice President of Inclusion, Diversity & Engagement
Akamai - Cambridge, MA
Are you a leader who thrives on creating engaging employee experiences and driving change? Are you passionate about helping organizations foster a culture of inclusion and diversity? As VP of Inclusion, Diversity and Engagement, you will take a leadership role in designing and implementing our D&I and employee experience roadmap. Using a data driven approach, you will create positive change and employee experiences that make an impact on engagement, inclusivity, and belonging. You will report to the Chief Human Resources Officer and lead a team across D&I, employer branding and change management.
Fannie Mae - Washington, DC
Under the direction of the Senior Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer, the Vice President - Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) leads the day-to-day operations of OMWI. The OMWI has the responsibility to promote and ensure a diverse culture at Fannie Mae in balance with financially safe and sound business practices. It will also oversee the inclusion of minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and minority-, women-, and disabled-owned organizations in all business activities and at all levels of the regulated entity, including in management, employment, procurement, insurance, and all types of contracts.
As our chief diversity and inclusion officer, you will be an influencer, a thought leader, and an agent of change. Your leadership, contributions, and strategic initiatives will strengthen our community, as well as our vision of a supportive workplace and culture where all can thrive. Your primary objective will be to build partnerships and relationships to influence and manage change to support diversity and inclusion throughout Commonwealth. Secondly, you will create diversity and inclusion initiatives across our growing organization. The ideal candidate will be a leader who has the experience and history of success to function as an advocate and confidant to our leadership and employees at all levels.
Thrivent (remote), United States
As the D&I Talent Culture & University Relations Lead you will be responsible for developing and managing organizational inclusion processes that enable work life and workplace climate that is equitable across groups and individuals at Thrivent. Differences across workplace individuals will be closely examined via data gathering techniques such as surveys, focus groups, questionnaires and other relevant qualitative and quantitative approaches. The incumbent will concurrently develop, manage and implement leading edge college and university relations outreach efforts which impact faculty, staff, students, their parents and the engagement of Thrivent leaders, alumni and community leaders as deemed appropriate in recruitment and/or related relationship management efforts. A specific focus may involve outreach efforts within selected US geographical areas and targeted HBCU (Historical Black Colleges and University) schools. This position will also connect with and represent Thrivent in various external stakeholder forums and partnerships designed to support Talent & Culture, College & University Relations and Client Growth initiatives.
IRON MOUNTAIN, Boston, Massachusetts
At Iron Mountain we protect what our customers value most, from the everyday to the extraordinary, while helping them bridge the physical and digital world. Our people have the opportunity to bring their creativity to a workplace that thrives on change. Here, you will be part of a team that doesn’t just embrace what’s exceptional. It creates exceptional. As Vice President of Inclusion & Diversity, you will take a leadership role in designing and implementing our D&I and employee experience road map. Using a data driven approach, you will create positive change and employee experiences by providing strategic and day-to-day operational leadership on all global diversity and inclusion policies, programs, and practices for the organization. The incumbent will act as a trusted partner to senior leaders, employee (ERG) groups and the communications team for strategy and implementing initiatives to gain optimal attraction, development and retention of diverse talent. In this highly collaborative role, the Vice President will play a critical central role in developing, driving and communicating a holistic D&I strategy at the Company.
You will report to the EVP and General Counsel, and lead/influence employer branding and change management.
United Nations, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, GENEVA
This position is located in the Executive Direction and Management of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. The Senior Programme Officer (Diversity and Inclusion Adviser) directly reports to the Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights. The focus of this job is to lead or direct implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programmes, operations, policy and strategy development and other activities in relation to diversity and inclusion.
Senior Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer
St. Barnabas Hospital, New York City, NY
SBH Health System seeks a Senior Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer to build, maintain and grow relationships with community organizations and partners as well as with the local, city, state and federal governments. He/She will serve as the direct link to neighbors, community groups and government officials facilitating open and ongoing communication with the Bronx community and elected officials. The successful candidate will also oversee the operations of the Volunteer Office, the Community Service Plan; the Community Center of Excellence in Women's Health [CCOE]; The Diversity Committee, The Language Assistance Program and the Qualified Healthcare Interpreters Program.
Campus Diversity Officer
Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN
The Campus Diversity Officer (CDO) provides unique, creative and strategic leadership to empower Bemidji State University (BSU) and Northwest Technical College (NTC) to become more sensitive to and aware of local, state and national issues related to diversity, equity and inclusion in hopes of creating more just living, learning and working communities. Collaborating with others, the CDO supports the development, delivery, and communication of programs, services and curricula that address racial and social justice, and other interests and needs of all BSU and NTC stakeholders. In addition, the CDO will partner with local communities, organizations and entities to ensure that our historical and unique demographics, along with our strong regional culture, will be visible and present in our campus identities.
The CDO will be responsible for coordinating and overseeing an organizational emphasis on EDI. The CDO will work closely with other APA staff and members to develop innovative strategies, initiatives, and tactics to advance EDI goals for the association, the field of psychology, and society at large. The CDO will also play a leading role in interpreting, communicating, and promoting these goals, with an orientation toward ongoing assessment and evaluation. In so doing, the CDO will also collaborate with key external partners, including ethnic minority psychological associations, human rights organizations, state, provincial, and territorial psychological associations, and other stakeholders, to further engagement toward achievement of EDI goals
Head of Inclusion and Diversity
Impossible Foods, Redwood City, CA, US
As a member of the People Leadership Team, reporting to the Chief People Officer, the Head of Inclusion & Diversity will serve as a champion, change agent, and subject matter expert, acting as a strategic partner and trusted advisor to maximize talent and achieve corporate and business objectives. This person will create as well as spearhead Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) initiatives making sure to bring rigor and company-wide best practices to Impossible Foods. They will be excited by the proposition of strengthening the company’s culture, as well as community outreach.
Sprout Social Multiple Locations, Seattle, WA
At Sprout Social, championing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) is woven into the fabric of our organization. This value guides how we collaborate, make decisions and engage with the world both inside and outside of our organization. We are proud of the incredible work we've done to date and are looking for someone who will continue that work and identify ways for us to innovate and iterate. As the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), you are responsible for leading our global strategy to build a more equitable company, with systems and processes to support an organization diverse in identities and perspectives. The person in this role will be curious, love to learn, and think creatively about how to integrate that learning across all of our business functions. They will be adept at setting vision, creating strategy, working cross functionally, building strong relationships of trust, and influencing people at all levels of the company from our most senior leaders to individual contributors in order to drive systemic impact and change.
Stitch Fix, San Francisco, CA, US
We are looking for our first Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to join us in our mission to inspire our people to be their best selves and do their best work, and help us continually raise our bar for ourselves in bringing diverse, amazing talent to Stitch Fix and creating an environment where each of them can thrive. Spanning a uniquely wide variety of roles and functions (data scientists, warehouse associates, stylists, marketers, engineers, customer support agents, and more!) as well as geographies, the team at Stitch Fix will let you have impact and innovate in ways you never thought possible in your career.
Director, Diversity, Equality & Inclusion
The Director, DE&I is responsible for managing DE&I within the Corporate, Stores, and Distribution Centers, business units. The Director will lead the development of DE&I plans, processes and programs, ensuring DE&I needs are achieved within each business unit. This position will work in collaboration with senior leaders, Talent Management professionals, HR Business Partners, and other Associates to ensure the successful implementation and execution of Company-wide and business unit Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Strategies.
New York Buying Office
A Director, DE&I at Ross is responsible for managing DE&I within the Buying Office, business units. The Director will lead the development of DE&I plans, processes and programs, ensuring DE&I goals are achieved within the Buying Offices. This position will work in collaboration with senior leaders, Talent Management professionals, HR Business Partners, and other Associates to ensure the successful implementation and execution of Company-wide and business unit Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Strategies.
Diversity Acquisition Leader
T. Rowe Price, Owings Mills, MD, US
In this newly created role, the Diversity Acquisition leader for T. Rowe Price will develop and deliver an integrated Diversity Acquisition program across the firm and will be accountable to execute a “best in class” approach to diversity recruitment strategies, plans and tactics. This position will report to the Head of Talent Acquisition and will lead a Diversity Acquisition team and champion relations with key external organizations through presentations, focus group meetings, and special events. It will be critical to the success of the Diversity Acquisition leader to build solid relationships with the Early Talent and Lateral recruiting teams. In addition, this leader will work closely with the Diversity & Inclusion team and Business Resource Groups to create success through integrated execution.
ICF, Fairfax, VA, US
In this role you will be responsible for the development and implementation of the overall diversity, equity and inclusion strategy across the company. You will interact with our CEO regularly and partner with Executives, Senior leaders and employee groups to facilitate and prioritize inclusion in how the ICF culture is experienced and also in achieving business priorities.
Spectrum, Stamford, CT
The Director, Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) is responsible for helping to launch, scale, and sustain inclusion interventions, programs, and initiatives that enable behavior change and skill development at Charter. In addition, this position is responsible for deploying and sustaining the inclusion content at the enterprise level, as well as across the enterprise’s various business units in close coordination with the Corporate L&D function as well as business unit HR and Learning Leads. The Director, Diversity & Inclusion will be required to develop collaborative relationships with all defined stakeholders to understand and meet inclusion needs aligned with the Diversity & Inclusion strategy, which may require the co-creation of content with Corporate Learning, Business Unit HR/Learning Leads, vendors and other SMEs. They will leverage existing learning and development interventions to ensure content reflects Charter’s inclusion framework, and serve as a strategic advisor to advance diversity & inclusion within the organization.
Sidley Austin LLP, Chicago, IL
The Regional Diversity Director reports to the Chief Diversity Officer and is responsible for helping to develop and implement programs and policies that promote the Firm’s overall diversity and inclusion goals and the specific goals of the Firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee (D&I) and Committee on Retention and Promotion of Women (CRPW). Working with the Chief Diversity Officer and in coordination with the office Chairs of the D&I and CRPW Committees in their region, the Regional Diversity Director will also interact with the Firm’s Marketing, Human Resources, Event Planning, Training & Development and Legal Recruiting departments to accomplish the Firm’s diversity and inclusion goals.
Coordinator of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
The position of Coordinator of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion is a 12-month, 100% FTE position that will support the work of the School of Public Health as we forge ahead in our renewed commitment to anti-racism, equity, and inclusion. They will work as part of a team with the Associate Director, and other staff through the development and delivery of a wide range of programs and services meeting the diverse needs of our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director
Standford University, Redwood City, CA
We are looking for a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director to partner with the Talent Management and Workforce Strategy team to lead the design and implementation of a DE&I strategy that, over time, aligns with all elements of our employee life-cycle -- talent attraction, onboarding, development, engagement, compensation, and retention. The DE&I Director will serve as a thought leader, advisor and designer of best practices in support of the university’s DE&I programs and will work collaboratively with peers in the schools and units to align DE&I efforts across the university. The DE&I Director will report to the Associate Vice-President, Talent Management and Workforce Strategy and initially be an individual contributor role.
Brown University - Providence, RI
Reporting directly to the Vice President for Institutional Equity and Diversity, the Director serves as the Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Officer and the ADA/Section 504 Coordinator including overseeing the production of the annual affirmative action reports. This staff member is responsible for maintaining compliance processes that are clear and accessible to members of the Brown community. The Director will serve as one of several entry points through which faculty, staff, students, alumni and/or guests of the University seek information on equity related complaint processes and non-discrimination policies of the University.
United States Fund for UNICEF, New York, NY
The Director for Diversity, Inclusion and Employee Engagement will be responsible to partner with the Chief People Officer to strengthen and build a holistic DEI strategy, while supporting efforts to create the best possible workplace experience for all UUSA staff. This individual will be based in New York, but will support these functions in all of UUSA’s offices and locations across the country. Additional responsibilities will include employee relations, organizational strategy and design, performance management, and organizational policy and procedures development. This position will have direct supervision for the Human Resources Associate, and report to the Chief People Officer.
As the D&I Field Sales Enablement Lead you will be responsible for designing, developing, executing and managing field-facing programs and initiatives that enable growth through existing and new clients in diverse targeted markets. The ideal candidate will help field sales partners establish ways to develop deep relationships through knowledge of local clients and their needs. The candidate will possess a business development background and knowledge of multicultural market segments that enables them to drive engagement at both the client level as well as with field sales partners. The position requires a demonstrated ability to think strategically about the mission, products, market needs, challenges and solutions, coupled with the ability to help build and convey compelling value propositions.
The Diversity, Equality and Inclusion (DE&I) Manager will manage and coordinate Employee Resource Group (called Community Networks at Ross) plans, programs, initiatives and other activities. This manager will also create, analyze and assess data trends to provide predictive analytics and insights, and measure the effectiveness of the DE&I strategy. Additionally, this position will manage DE&I recognition programs/rankings and DE&I feedback from our Associates.
Ross Stores, Dublin, CA
The Diversity Training Manager for Ross Stores, Inc. will help identify, develop, implement, and evaluate key learning and development initiatives across multiple business units using various learning platforms in support of Ross’ Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Strategy. The ideal candidate will be able to partner with the department’s Director and GVP, VP of Diversity and Inclusion, other HR team members to build a world class Learning and Organization Development team that offers custom and off the shelf learning and development solutions. This role manages the selection, design, and/or development of training programs to attract, retain and develop a diverse workforce.
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP is a premier law firm with market-leading practices, a global perspective and strong New York roots. The firm is seeking a seeking a Diversity and Inclusion Manager. This role will coordinate our diversity and inclusion activity, focusing primarily on our lawyer population, across all our offices. The role will report to a Diversity and Inclusion Director.
Senior Manager, Diversity & Belonging
Medidata Solutions - New York, NY
The Senior Manager, Diversity & Belonging will play a key role in championing Medidata’s efforts to further strengthen our global D&B approach across the internal employee life cycle. This role will partner strongly with our Leaders, Talent Acquisition, Business Partners, and Learning and Development in order to integrate our strategy into our hiring practices and create a more inclusive workplace. The individual will create impactful inclusion strategies and innovative programs that connect the business priorities to our talent practices.
Amazon, Seattle Washington
At Amazon, we're working to be the most customer-centric company on earth. To get there, we need exceptionally talented, bright, and driven people. If you'd like to help us build the place to find and buy anything online, this is your chance to make history. We are looking for a dynamic, organized self-starter to join our Transportation Engineering Services as an Inclusion and Diversity (I&D) Program Manager
The I&D Program Manager will be a results-oriented and resourceful individual who is capable of quickly taking control of their responsibilities and establishing themselves as a credible strategic partner. The individual has demonstrated skills in the following areas: program and project management focused on outcomes; data and situational analysis; cross group coordination across all levels of the organization; excellent oral and written communications. Multi-national or global work experience and tech and /or front line based industry experience or familiarity with corporate and front line dynamics a plus.
Qurate Retail Group, USA, PA, West Chester
Qurate Retail Group. We are a family of eight like-minded brands – QVC, HSN, Zulily, Ballard Designs, Frontgate, Garnet Hill, Grandin Road, and Ryllace. We believe in a third way to shop, beyond transactional ecommerce or traditional brick-and-mortar stores, for customers who crave engaging shopping experiences. We combine the best of retail, media and social to curate experiences, conversations and communities for millions of highly discerning shoppers. At QRG, we cultivate an environment that attracts, embraces, and leverages the rich diversity that is critical in driving our business. We are currently in search of a Senior Manager Diversity & Inclusion that will support the design, delivery, and communication of the global diversity & inclusion strategy for the enterprise.
The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine (HJF). The Manager of Diversity and Inclusion will play a major role in the conception, design, and implementation, along with ongoing maintenance, growth and evaluation of HJF’s diversity and inclusion program. This role will engage with the CEO and Executive Staff to develop and implement strategies, programs, and policies that successfully attract, retain and advance a diverse workforce, along with generating measurable, accurate and relevant metrics to track progress.
Updating the DEI Career Opportunities Page and Welcoming New Members
Inclusion Allies Coalition seeks an intern with some level of web development skills to lead an effort for weekly updates of the Career Opportunities Page that is seen by our group of over 500 members who are current DEI practitioners. The benefits for someone taking on this role will be an opportunity to see upcoming DEI jobs before they are widely publicized. For someone looking to break into DEI or looking for their next opportunity this is a great way to maximize the impact of your job search by also sharing great job postings with others who are similarly looking for DEI jobs right now.
In addition, you will be able to help with welcoming new members to the Coalition, adding their names to the website, sending a welcoming note and contacting them to see their interests if they are mentioned in their registration.
Expected Time Commitment is 2-3 hours per week and expectation for the internship would be 3 month minimum. You will be partnering with a team of 2 of volunteers. More information on the IAC can be found at http://www.inclusioncoalition.info/welcome.html the link to the current job board can be found at http://www.inclusioncoalition.info/d-i-career-opportunities.html
If interested please contact Shavondalyn Givens – linkedin.com/in/shavondalyngivens/