Chief diversity officers have always played a key role in corporate America, as they help establish and execute consistent diversity, equity and inclusion strategies throughout the company.
But against the backdrop of social unrest in 2020 – spurred by George Floyd’s murder – there has been heightened awareness of racial injustice and racial inequity.As such, the role of chief diversity officer continues to gain prominence, as CDOs help companies foster a culture of inclusivity.
In this new ongoing feature, MBN USA will profile some of “America’s Top Chief Diversity Officers.”
The feature kicks off with:
- Yvette Hunsicker, vice president, corporate social responsibility and inclusion & diversity, American Honda Motor Co. Inc.: https://mbnusa.biz/detail/yvette-hunsicker-leaders-recognized-for-establishing-consistent-dei-strategies-in-their-organizations.
- Scott Trap, vice president, diversity, equity and inclusion, Oncor Electric Delivery Co. LLC: https://mbnusa.biz/detail/scott-trap-leaders-recognized-for-establishing-consistent-dei-strategies-in-their-organizations.
- Annette Underwood, chief diversity officer, Vistra Corp.: https://mbnusa.biz/detail/annette-underwood-leaders-recognized-for-establishing-consistent-dei-strategies-in-their-organizations.
- Chandra Vasser, vice president and chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer, Nissan North America Inc.: https://mbnusa.biz/detail/chandra-vasser-leaders-recognized-for-establishing-consistent-dei-strategies-in-their-organizations.
- Celeste Warren, vice president, Global Diversity & Inclusion Center of Excellence, Merck & Co. Inc.: https://mbnusa.biz/detail/celeste-warren-leaders-recognized-for-establishing-consistent-dei-strategies-in-their-organizations.