Chief of Diversity and Engagement
United Nations - New York, NY
The UN is seeking an experienced and dynamic leader to join as the Chief of Diversity and Engagement. This leader will facilitate the implementation of strategies to advance diversity and engagement priorities and vision through leadership collaboration, ownership and accountability to achieve the mission and express the values of the United Nations Secretariat.
Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion
Pernod Ricard - New York, NY 10177
The primary purpose of this role is to act as the lead executive responsible for developing and promoting a strategic plan for diversity and inclusion through workplace initiatives, workforce engagement and marketplace opportunities. Establish an aspirational set of goals across PRNA to support the D&I agenda and measure progress and results. This includes creating functional strategic plans and updates for each business line to achieve the DE&I aspirational goals determined by the Executive team. The senior executive will provide visionary and strategic support to our PRNA executive team and other global colleagues through building awareness, access, cultural understanding and trend intelligence concerning global diversity best practices. Specially, this position will advise the PRNA CEO and executive team on issues relating to diversity and inclusion and help evaluate and advise on the need for new or revised policies related to inclusion. This position will build a strong partnership with the Global D&I Leader to provide a continuous feedback loop of sharing best practices and influencing on global topics that have a direct impact on PRNA.
Vice President, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Smartsheet - Washington State, Remote
The Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) will manage the leadership of our global DEI strategy with a primary focus on elevating DEI across our people practices including recruitment, development, retention and employee engagement. You will also oversee the adjacent work related to our community impact strategy and corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs.
This essential role is part of the People & Culture (P&C) team and you will report directly to the Chief People and Culture Officer based out of our Bellevue, WA headquarters. As our most senior DEI expert, you will run the overall growth and continuous integration of diversity, equity and inclusion. You will work with the People & Culture team and across the organization to evolve and communicate DEI insights, direction and progress. You will also oversee Smartsheet's Corporate and Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts.
VP, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Cushman & Wakefield - New York, NY 10104
The Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion team leads the company's commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion globally. As a key member of the global DEI team, this newly created role will partner with the Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer (CDEIO) to build, execute and continue to enhance Cushman and Wakefield’s global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategy and framework.
The ideal candidate will possess a passion for diversity, equity and inclusion with a global and innovative mindset. This role will report into the CDEIO and work collaboratively across the organization with the Global DEI team, Human Resources Leaders and Business/Function Leaders.
Global Head of Inclusion & Diversity- Executive Director
Gilead Sciences - Foster City, CA
Gilead Sciences is continuing to hire for all open roles. Our interview process may be conducted virtually and some roles will be asked to temporarily work from home. Over the coming weeks and months, we will be implementing a phased approach to bringing employees back to site to ensure the health and safety of our teams.
The Global Head of Inclusion and Diversity is responsible for leading an Inclusion and Diversity strategy and accompanying programs, policies, metrics and forums. As a thought leader, change agent and trusted partner, this role will collaborate across Human Resources, business leadership and key partners such as Legal and Public Affairs to bring meaningful change. This role will also be critical to our Advancing Black Leadership Strategy, providing leadership to our Employee Resource Groups and partnering with our Head of Advancing Black Equity and Community Engagement. The Global Head of Inclusion and Diversity will lead a team of Inclusion and Diversity specialists, ensuring advice, counsel and leadership on I&D strategies and ensuring I&D considerations are incorporated into decision making processes. This role reports to the VP, Talent, Development and Inclusion and is located in Foster City, California.
Chief Diversity Officer
The City University of New York (CUNY) - Bronx, NY
Hostos Community College is seeking to fill the position of Chief Diversity Officer (CDO). Reporting directly to the President, the CDO serves as an executive-level strategist and partners with campus leaders, faculty, staff and students to provide counsel and leadership on compliance matters involving Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), sexual harassment, recruitment and hiring, accommodation requests, affirmative action and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). The CDO oversees and conducts all investigations in compliance with the requirements of Title IX and EEO. The CDO conducts thorough and impartial investigations related to all discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims.
The CDO is responsible for guiding efforts and creating opportunities to define, assess and promote Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), educational and employment opportunity, and cultural proficiency. The CDO proactively develops and implements plans, programs, and activities that educate and motivate the college community to hold pluralism and inclusion as core values and fosters a climate that respects diversity.
Chief Diversity, Equity, and Belonging Officer
Penn State University - Hershey, PA 17033
Reporting to the Dean, the CDEBO will set a bold vision, provide the strategic direction, and leadership for PSCOM's initiatives that promote racial-awareness, equity, and create a community that is welcoming and inclusive across all aspects of diversity and committed to positive change. The Chief will coordinate and lead efforts to advance a vibrant and progressive program through innovative initiatives, curriculum, services, and policies. This program will incorporate all facets of PSCOM and will guide the Institution to measurable actions leading to greater diversity, equity, a sense of belonging, value, support, and acceptance for all faculty, staff and learners.
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Chief Diversity Officer
Strategic Education, Inc - Herndon, VA
SEI, a leader in adult education with a mission to improve the social, career and economic ROI of our students, is committed to hire a Chief Diversity Officer to lead the overall diversity, equity and inclusion strategy at SEI. This role will be a key member of the executive leadership team reporting directly to the CEO. The Chief Diversity Officer will lead the overall DEI strategies from conception, development, and implementation of those strategies across the company.
To be successful in this role, the applicant will have previous experience charting a multi-year roadmap on DEI, defining organizational resources required to implement the roadmap and leading successful diversity and inclusion initiatives in a large corporate setting. This role requires a proven diversity leader with experience leading successful diversity and inclusion initiatives in a corporate setting. Exposure in a fast-paced, Innovative organization is beneficial.
Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer
Brookhaven National Laboratory - Upton, NY 11973
Brookhaven National Laborator (Lab) seeks to hire a Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer (CDO) to develop and implement strategies to increase engagement, opportunity and advancement for underrepresented groups at the Lab. Reporting to the Lab Director, the CDO will play a critical leadership role in advancing the Lab’s vision of an inclusive workplace that not only values and is responsive to the diversity of staff and the Department of Energy, sponsors and users it serves, but elevates all voices and identities, both in scientific and support roles, for the advancement of science and the Lab.
Chief Diversity Officer
U.S. Capitol Police - Washington, DC
This position is located in the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Action Office (IDEA), Office of the Chief of Police (COP), United States Capitol Police (USCP). The mission of the IDEA office is to develop and administer a comprehensive workplace diversity program designed to ensure equity and engagement within the Department and to achieve a workforce that is reflective of a diverse labor market at all levels.
The purpose of this position is to develop program initiatives that promote a culture of diversity that considers all employees regardless of racial and ethnic identity, age, nationality, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, social and economic status, religion, political perspective, education, and physical and mental abilities. The incumbent coordinates and delivers hands-on training and development, talent management and acquisition, human resources, workforce analytics, advising and consulting, and strategy development.
Head of Racial Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Amnesty International - Johannesburg, South Africa; Nairobi, Kenya; Dakar, Senegal; Tunis, Tunisia; Mexico City, Mexico; Colombo, Sri Lanka, or other locations possible
Amnesty International is committing itself to organisational change and transformation to become a more inclusive, diverse and equal organization. As Head of Racial Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, you will support Amnesty on its journey to become a leader of anti-racism, diversity and inclusion by developing strategies, delivering initiatives and influencing people across the organization. You are an emphatic leader that truly understands the wide spectrum of equality, diversity and inclusion across cultural contexts, and takes a strategic approach to organisational transformation.
Vice President, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Racial Justice
Girl Scouts of the USA - New York, NY
The Vice President, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Racial Justice will play a critical role in defining a holistic Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Racial Justice (DEI/RJ) and gender equity strategy for Girl Scouts Movement. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President will drive lasting cultural and behavioral change and implement DEI/RJ initiatives across the Movement – for girls, volunteers, council and national staff, and Board members. The VP serves a strategic partner to leaders across the organization in Girl Scouts journey to strengthen its capacity to live its mission and values by fostering an anti-racist, diverse, equitable, inclusive and a community of belonging internally at GSUSA as well as with Councils.
Director of Inclusion Recruiting Programs, Executive Talent
Netflix - Remote, United States
As we grow our business and teams, we look for people from a wide range of backgrounds to reflect the global nature of our customers. It takes a diversity of thought, culture, background, and perspective to create a truly global internet TV network. While we highly value the importance of diversity in our teams, we also recognize the even greater importance of building an inclusive environment where all employees feel equally welcomed and their voices valued - without inclusion, diversity cannot thrive. At Netflix, all employees own this mission, not just one person or team.
Inclusion and Diversity are at the forefront of everything that we do, but it’s especially important for the Inclusion Recruiting Programs (IRP) team. The IRP team drives strategies that ensure inclusion and diversity are a priority, and keep our recruiting pipelines diverse and reflective of our global audience. We recognize that we have a lot of work to do when it comes to diversifying our workforce, and due to the importance of this continued work, the IRP team is hiring a Director of Inclusion Recruiting Programs, focused on Executive Talent. This role will focus specifically on driving programs and efforts that will lend to the increase of diversity in our executive pipelines across the company.
Global Director of Diversity and Inclusion
The Associated Press - New York, NY 10281, Temporarily remote
The Associated Press seeks a highly motivated Global Director of Diversity and Inclusion. In this role, you will work closely with the leadership team to design D&I strategies with the goal of fostering a diverse and welcoming culture in AP’s more than 200 locations worldwide. This position reports to the SVP, Human Resources and will be based at AP headquarters in New York, NY.
The Director will partner with leadership across lines of business and global markets to understand the facets of diversity in that particular business line and in those specific geographic locations. The Director will lead the development of a D&I business strategy for AP overall and for each AP division, and will provide subject matter expertise on relevant inclusion practices.
Associate Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Projects & Communications
Wayfair - Boston, MA
We’re looking for a leader to drive strategic initiatives in the employee engagement and DEI spaces - a curious and adaptable person who’s eager to identify ways to apply their experience to our organization and help us build inclusive and engaging solutions for our employees. As a member of the Culture & Inclusion team led by the global head for Culture & Inclusion, this role will work closely with senior leaders and business stakeholders across Wayfair. You will play a crucial role in helping Culture & Inclusion thrive by ensuring we remain focused on identifying and articulating our key priorities as the company scales. You will be a key strategic partner in the design, execution and communication of the global DEI and Culture strategies.
Diversity & Inclusion Director
CNA Insurance - Chicago, IL 60604
The Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Director partners with internal and external stakeholders to promote and advance CNA’s D&I objectives across the enterprise. Working collaboratively with cross functional teams and leaders, this role develops and executes programs and initiatives that increase the representation of diverse talent and foster a culture of inclusion.
Diversity & Inclusion Director
Ameriprise Financial - Minneapolis, MN
Partner with key stakeholders to drive the advancement and execution of the Ameriprise Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) strategy. Consult with leaders in specified business unit to create diversity action plans to integrate D&I best practices into business strategies and objectives. Engage internal and external partners on community outreach opportunities and internal communications. Provide subject matter expertise on a specific dimension of diversity and collaborate with business partners to increase awareness for assigned groups. In partnership with senior leadership, contribute to the development of the overall D&I strategy.
This position will support our Advice and Wealth Management business to support our employees and advisors.
Senior Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Business Partner
Amazon.com Services LLC - Nashville, TN
Come share your passion for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) innovation through a leadership role on our Worldwide Consumer DEI team. As a DEI Business Partner supporting our Consumer Tech group, you will design and drive a global DEI strategy in partnership with business leaders, HR, Talent Management, and Recruiting. By thinking big and diving deep, you'll advance our DEI work and empower long-term results.
A successful candidate will have experience building effective multi-year DEI strategies, including full-life-cycle plans in the areas of recruitment, talent management, learning, and engagement. You should understand how these strategies connect with and influence one another. You should also have strong project management, writing, and analytical skills, along with the ability to influence and partner cross-functionally with both HR and business leaders and teams.
Diversity & Inclusion Program Director
Brown Brothers Harriman - New York, NY
As the D&I Program Director, you’ll oversee and manage the daily activities of the D&I function while providing strategic input to execute on a range of BBH’s D&I initiatives. Your ability to partner with HR team members, business managers and employee resource groups across the company will enable you to embed best practices into key talent and workplace processes to foster an inclusive workplace that enables everyone to deliver their best and achieve our business goals. To be successful, you’ll need to navigate ambiguity within a matrixed organization, drive change management and interact with leaders at all levels throughout the organization.
Director, Global Diversity Education and Faculty Engagement
New York University - New York, NY
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President of Inclusive Global Student Leadership and Engagement and under the direction of the Associate Vice President for Global Faculty Engagement and Innovation Advancement, manage and provide strategic direction for the global diversity education and training area within the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation spanning across and consulting with the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs and the LGBTQ+ Center. Collaboratively craft institution-wide educational excellence standards, programs, and resources around diversity, equity, and inclusion informed by current research and trends in higher education. Develop, implement, and assess diversity education curriculum for students, staff, and faculty across the university globally; provide oversight of the planning, implementation and evaluation of diversity and education programs; and consult with university stakeholders on diversity training and education-related matters; and provide direction to students, staff and faculty as needed within the context of diversity education. Oversee curricula development and course creation including, for example, the Inclusive Teaching Seminar and Critical Pedagogy Workshop Conduct research, assessment and evaluation of diversity-related programs and initiatives and use evidence-based practices and methods to align diversity-related trainings and educational offerings across the university. Liaise with external partners and stakeholders to strengthen university relationships and expand educational offerings at the university that is accessible to internal and external constituents. Guide professional development plans of staff.
Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Duke Kunshan University - China
Duke Kunshan University is a highly selective research-oriented, liberal arts and sciences university located in China. The primary mission of DKU is to enable students from around the world to lead purposeful and productive lives. The Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion will lead the development of a comprehensive vision and strategy that champions global perspectives, cultural competence, a sense of belonging, diversity, equity, and inclusion with evidence-based best practices.
Executive Director for Inclusion, Excellence, Education & Development
Johns Hopkins University - Baltimore, MD 21218
Under the supervision of the Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion/Chief Diversity Officer, this position will be responsible for the infrastructure design and delivery of evidence-based, high-quality, and comprehensive education and professional development experiences for all university faculty, staff, and students. The Executive Director will set the strategic vision for institution-wide efforts to raise awareness, knowledge, and skills that contribute to an individual and collective engagement in behaviors, attitudes, policies, and structures that ensure enduring structural change.
The successful individual for this position will have a thorough knowledge of the principles and best practices in the Inclusive Excellence framework to develop, lead, implement, and assess a diversity, equity, inclusion education and professional development plan; to formulate long and short-term programmatic goals and objectives; to delineate resources to support this effort; and, establish metrics to evaluate program success to ensure effective and efficient engagement and outcomes. The Executive Director will guide the university's effort to move beyond access and cultural competency to developing interventions that will help yield equitable outcomes across the institution.
Associate Director for Diversity and Inclusion Education
TUFTS University - Medford, MA
This position directly supports the Associate Provost/Chief Diversity Officer for Medford and SMFA campuses, and will work in close collaboration with the AP/CDO for the Tufts Health Science Schools and partner with the associate directors for diversity and inclusion education on both campuses. The Office of the Provost is committed to diversity and inclusion and recognizes that the need to develop educational opportunities regarding power, privilege, uniqueness and the ways we as a community co-exist. In order to address this need, preparation centered around unconscious/implicit bias, anti-racism, restorative justice, Whiteness, anti-Blackness, bridging cultural gaps, sensitizing about LGBT and disabled community, etc. need to be implemented.
These trainings will reinforce the foundational values that are core to the Tufts ethos: authenticity, civility, dignity, humility, open-mindedness, curiosity, excellence, social justice and a sense of belonging and will help to bridge the gaps and harness a spectrum of learning so that all Tufts community members experience a sense of belonging. Most importantly this position will be dedicated to the intersectionality between race, cultural responsiveness, and social justice. This commitment to each other will be reflected in their attitudes and behavior towards one another and in how they apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired through experience provided by the Chief Diversity Officers and this position. This position will develop university-wide training and development agenda to improve the overall cultural competence and capacity of the Tufts community members and also help to develop institutional programs that promote a culture of inclusion and mutual respect. Additionally, this person will manage pipeline programs and support other functions and programs as needed by the AP/CDO.
Associate Dean of Diversity & Inclusion
TUFTS University - Medford, MA
The Division of Student Diversity and Inclusion is comprised of six identity Centers; Africana, Asian American, FIRST, LGBT, Latinx and Women’s, centered around creating inclusive community, equity, justice and collective action. A seventh center to serve Indigenous and Native American students is in planning. The Division serves as a resource for all undergraduate and graduate students interested in thinking about social identities and the ways they impact our lives and the world. The Division offers students opportunities for events, discussion and leadership on issues of identity and social justice.
Reporting to the Dean of Arts, Sciences and the Dean of Engineering, the Associate Dean of Student Diversity and Inclusion works as part of a network of support to raise the profile of diversity and inclusion at Tufts and to enhance and provide services to students, faculty and staff, goals that are shared by AS&E. The Associate Dean leads the Division of Student Diversity and Inclusion to supervise the center directors and to strategize about ways to better support students on the Medford and Fenway campuses around identity development, diversity, and equity. The Associate Dean works with the leaders of the student facing Divisions in Arts, Sciences & Engineering to integrate diversity, equity and inclusion across a student’s experience from matriculation to graduation. The Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion also works in collaboration with the other Assistant and Associate deans of Diversity and Inclusion to provide leadership and strategic visioning for the Schools of Arts, Sciences and Engineering. DEIJ Strategic Plans in the two schools were issued in 2020-21, and the Associate Dean will be deeply involved in the implementation of these plans. The Associate Dean also may serve as a mediator and counselor when conflicts arise on campus.
Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (Owen)
Vanderbilt University - Nashville, TN 37240
The Director, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) will provide strategic leadership in developing and implementing programs and initiatives that advance equity, diversity, and inclusion within the Owen Graduate School of Management (Owen). As part of the Dean’s Office, reporting directly to the Dean, the Director, EDI is a leader, advisor, advocate, and catalyst for change. A key leader on Owen’s Operations Leadership Team, this individual influences changes in culture and management practices within the organization. This role will work closely, as an ex officio member, with D&I Advisory Board and will serve as a Dean’s Diversity Designate to liaise and interact with the Provost’s Office of Inclusive Excellence and the Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. The Director will serve as the primary resource within Owen to instill and permeate EDI into all programs, activities, policies, and processes. The Director will coordinate D&I programming and budgets across staff teams including the Deans Office, Admissions, Academic and Student Affairs, and the Leadership Development Program to execute and support equity, diversity, and inclusion programs and initiatives. They will also chair a coordinating committee on D&I student programming that includes staff and student leaders.
Director Of Programs, Diversity & Inclusion, Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Community & Inclusion
Boston University - Boston, MA 02215
The Director of Programs in Boston University Diversity & Inclusion (BU D&I), which is led by the Vice President and Associate Provost for Community & Inclusion, will join a relatively newly created unit within Boston University focused on aligning the University's stated values regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion to its policies, practices, structures, climate, and culture. The Director will play an essential role in helping to develop institutional programs that promote a culture of inclusion, intellectual capaciousness, mutual respect, and civility. As a member of a newly created team, the Director will have the opportunity to develop and deepen a diverse slate of programs for faculty, staff, and students, and to work in collaboration with key stakeholders across the institution (ex: The Hub, academic departments especially in relation to schools and colleges and the academic program, the Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, the Gotlieb Archives, Initiative on Cities, Build LAB, etc.) and within the city to create an exciting, expansive, and farsighted group of programs that are in accord with BUs founding principles and redoubled commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Director of Programs will be responsible for creating dynamic, programming focused on the public exploration of challenging ideas and catalyzing stronger communities among BUs broad range of constituents. These mutually reinforcing goals will help BU students, staff, and faculty to develop enhanced methods of engaging across difference.
Associate Director Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Learning
Harvard University - Cambridge, MA, Temporarily Remote
The Office for Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging (ODIB) facilitates the achievement of Harvard’s EDIB goals by supporting strategic planning and execution, monitoring the implementation of the Campus’ strategic diversity agenda, and helping to support the school, units, and central leadership in aligning offices and programs with the University's strategic priorities relative to Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging. ODIB guides Harvard’s culture toward inclusive excellence by convening stakeholders, serving as a catalyst for strategic efforts, analyzing University-level progress, optimizing investments, and facilitating University-wide coordination. These efforts, working with stakeholders and partners across the institution, seeks to exponentially grow the impact of diversity, inclusion and belonging (DIB) work across Harvard. Visit ODIB’s website, https://dib.harvard.edu/ for more information.
Business Development Director for a Leading Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Firm
WMFDP|FDP Global - Portland, Oregon
WMFDP|FDP Global is a U.S.-based, global leadership development consultancy devoted to partnering with leaders to improve the diversity of their workforce and to create equitable and inclusive organizations. We work with courageous leaders at Fortune 1000 companies to build inclusive organizations and to transform lives. Our work goes deep, touching hearts and minds.
We are seeking a Business Development Director who will be responsible for creating new relationships with key clients and government agencies. As a key member of the management team, this role is responsible for ensuring we continue to grow our business by attracting and enrolling clients new to WMFDP|FDP Global. The Business Development Director will also help determine our overall market strategy while working cross-functionally with a focus on overall process improvement, service innovation, and stewardship of the culture, mission, and goals within the firm.
The Deputy Director for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access (DEIA) is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of a comprehensive strategy to achieve institutional goals of diversity, equity, inclusion, and access. In this capacity, they will play a leading role in establishing appropriate policies that will foster the development of an internal culture that exemplifies these values and puts them into practice in all aspects of its work.
Working in close collaboration with the Director and CEO and other senior staff, the Deputy Director for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access will promote the acquisition and development of talent and retention policies as well as establish goals on workforce diversity; implement a sustained training program for staff and trustees that promotes open dialogue and understanding about issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access and be involved in decision-making with regard to the selection and presentation of a broad range of programmatic activities, including educational offerings, special exhibitions, and the presentation and interpretation of the museum’s collection both onsite and online in a manner that reflects and advances an institutional commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and access. To learn more about this opportunity, please contact: Tory Clarke, Partner, Bridge Partners firstname.lastname@example.org and Toya Lawson, Partner, Bridge Partners email@example.com
Senior Director, Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access (IDEA)
Amnesty International Of The USA - Remote
As a human rights organization, AIUSA is deeply committed to advancing Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Accessibility (IDEA) in all aspects of our work. The Senior Director of IDEA is a newly created leadership role housed in the Inclusion & Strategic Innovation department, directly reporting to the Chief Inclusion & Strategic Innovation Officer (CISIO).
This role will be responsible along with the CISIO and the Executive Team for embedding a holistic and integrated approach to IDEA across the organization, working with all stakeholders but with an initial primary focus on staff and volunteers. The Senior Director will further build out and implement the existing IDEA strategy, leading on a wide range of initiatives, including ongoing assessment, monitoring, and improving of AIUSA’s IDEA efforts; strengthening IDEA in processes, practices and policies, and developing learning and engagement opportunities for AIUSA staff and volunteers. Although the person in this role will partner closely with the People & Culture team and the Movement Building team on improving internal and volunteer practices, they will also working closely staff in other teams to drive IDEA in their areas of work, including campaigns, programs, public affairs, research, government relations, development and operations.
This role requires a seasoned IDEA generalist with a track record of building comprehensive change strategies with expertise in racial equity and anti-racism, human resources, leadership development, and volunteer management. A strategic, empathetic, collaborative, and influential leader, the Senior Director is able to determine and deliver on AIUSA’s organizational needs as it moves to the next phase of implementing our IDEA strategy. This will require the Senior Director to identify powerful and meaningful initiatives to increase awareness, build skills, and strengthen collaboration and ownership of all staff and volunteers. They must be ready to build, lead, and partner, and able to navigate a complex organization with many different stakeholders who are at different stages of their IDEA journeys.
Director of Inclusion and Belonging
Crystal Bridges - Bentonville, AR
Crystal Bridges seeks a dynamic individual to lead our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) efforts. This role is committed to advancing the institutions DEI strategy internally and externally. This role plays a critical part in leading our institution to becoming an antiracist institution. The primary responsibilities of the role are to support the institution’s strategic goals in the context of DEI; develop tailored long range and annual DEI strategies; and, implement institutional inclusion policies, programs, processes and evaluating effectiveness. The role serves as a strategic partner to leaders across the institution, delivering innovative and creative solutions that address key organizational challenges and opportunities. This role carries influence at all levels within the organization to effectively advance DEI goals related to talent, business, and culture imperatives. The position reports to the Chief People Officer with a dual reporting relationship to the Executive Director and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer. The incumbent is responsible for performing all job duties in accordance with state and federal guidelines/laws and organization policies and procedures.
State of Michigan - Lansing, MI
This position serves as the department’s Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion responsible for developing and administering internal and external programs and strategies that foster a diverse, equitable, and inclusive education system for all students. This position reports to the superintendent and serves on the senior leadership team. Additional duties include but are not limited to developing a strategic equity plan in alignment with the state strategic education plan; assessing internal policies, procedures, and processes to ensure diversity, equity and inclusion; providing department staff with professional development and resources focused on diversity, equity and inclusion; identifying equity education issues and proposed solutions; participating on committees, advisory councils, or task force groups; and serving as the Equity and Inclusion officer (EIO) responsible for complying with the governor’s executive directives.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute - Boston, MA 02215
The Director of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity (ID&E) oversees the implementation of Dana Farber’s ID&E strategy and actions. This role ensures initiatives, policies and processes are not only developed but also effectively integrated into the culture, processes, practices and daily Institute operations. Directly reporting to and in collaboration with the VP, Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer, partners with the ID&E, HR, and institutional leaders to assess organization and departmental needs and set short and long-term strategies and solutions.
This position oversees Dana Farber’s ID&E strategy and actions implementation; drives ID&E Communications; partners with Chief Diversity Officer and Communications to develop and implement an overarching strategy; builds ID&E Know-How: increases Access to Careers and Advancement for Underrepresented Groups.
TIP: Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Learning Manager
Upwork - Remote
Upwork ($UPWK) is the leading tech solution for companies looking to hire the best talent, maintain flexibility, and get more done. We’re passionate about our mission to create economic opportunities so people have better lives. Every year, more than $2 billion of work is done through Upwork by skilled professionals who want the freedom of working anytime, anywhere. Top companies connecting with extraordinary talent around the globe? Upwork is how.
This is a Contract position through Upwork’s Talent Innovation Program (TIP). Our TIP team is a global group of professionals that augment Upwork’s business. Our TIP team members are located all over the world.
Manager Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Nestle USA - Arlington, VA 22202
At Nestlé, we are more driven than ever to stay true to our dedication to build an inclusive organization that draws strength and inspiration from our differences! We are looking for a dynamic, experienced leader who will help us take steps to make our workplace better for talent from all backgrounds in our community.
As our Diversity & Inclusion Manager, you will play a key part in the development, implementation, and monitoring of programs that promote diversity within Nestlé. This role is responsible for developing training and initiatives that build and cultivate an open and inclusive environment. As a D&I Leader, you will advise HR on diversity issues, and collaborate with business partners to build specific strategies that drive Nestlé’s Diversity and Inclusion agenda forward.
Corporate Communications Manager, Diversity and Inclusion
Facebook - Remote
This role will involve managing the needs of both internal and external stakeholders, including executives and media. This leader will also be responsible for managing the executive profile of Facebook’s Chief Diversity Officer. The ideal candidate has strong media relations skills (with significant experience planning strategic campaigns focused on D&I) and is a strategic and creative thinker. This individual excels at working collaboratively with high-level executives and colleagues and consistently delivers high-quality work even under severe time constraints and pressure. Experience supporting leaders in technology, business is ideal, as is the ability to relentlessly source stories and creative ideas.s
This position will build and execute integrated communications strategy/plan on Facebook's diversity efforts; advise executives on external and internal communications related to diversity; manage daily incoming media inquiries relating to executives; help create, plan and track social media posts and profiles for executive; develop, build relationships with key media (including consumer/product, tech, broadcast, and policy), and be able to represent and defend executive’s thinking and reputation with reporters and manage responses for complex news stories; work cross-functionally with Communications, Policy, HR, Product and Marketing teams to outline and develop impactful scripts, op-eds, posts, and other materials for executive; work with communication teams to identify opportunities to promote and distribute appearances and related materials to increase visibility and impact and develop strategies to track, monitor and communicate high-impact issues affecting the business.
Unify Consulting - Greater Seattle Area
The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Program Manager can be based in the Greater Seattle Area OR San Francisco Bay Area. This new role focuses entirely on the organization to guide Unify on this important journey. The successful candidate will influence and shape our DE&I Roadmap with the goal of weaving inclusive behaviors and practices into every aspect of our business through the successful creation and implementation of sustainable programs.
This DE&I thought leader and program manager should have experience leading a DE&I programmatic effort. This program leader must be not only passionate about DE&I but also be able to impassion and inspire others, through knowledge, influence, education where needed and collaboration with leaders throughout the broader organization. This role will serve as the link between the contracted 3rd party DE&I firm and Unify to ensure the roadmap established is scalable and sustainable for the future.
This position will build out the value proposition and DE&I service offering for the OE practice and Unify as a whole; develop and deliver internal sales education related to DE&I e.g. Triple Shot; participate on client and prospect meetings with BD to explore needs and partner on solution development; provide thought leadership which can showcase expertise through authoring thought pieces to share with clients and outside the organization and develop and deliver on OE engagements with an expectation of 50% billable time.
Program Manager (Diversity Equity Inclusion)
US United States Army Futures Command - Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
The Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) is the Army's technology leader. It ensures the dominance of the Army by creating, integrating, and delivering technology-enabled solutions. Whether providing solutions to meet current operations or developing break-through technologies for the next generation, DEVCOM is at the forefront of what the Soldier eats, wears, fires and drives.
Diversity, Equity and Belonging Officer
American Institute of Physics – College Park, MD
PRM Consulting Group has been engaged to conduct a retained search for the American Institute of Physics (AIP's) Diversity, Equity and Belonging Officer (DEBO). This key member of leadership leads and expands AIP's efforts toward achieving the vision of AIP as a recognized leader in the physical sciences enterprise in promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and accessibility (DEIBA). Reporting to a member of the executive team, the DEBO provides leadership, strategic direction, and management of AIP's DEIBA initiatives for AIP and the AIP federation and more broadly for the physical sciences.
If you have a Bachelor's degree and 10+ years of experience managing large-scale/complex programs, and significant knowledge of DEIBA social science research and its application, explore this outstanding opportunity located in suburban Maryland. Please send your resume, general compensation requirements, and a short paragraph about why this opportunity is of interest to Laura Viehmyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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/