Board of Directors

Kenneth J. Barrett
Global Chief Diversity Officer
General Motors Company
Captain, U.S. Navy (ret.)

Michael J. Carey (Chair of the Board)
Former Corporate Vice President
Human Resources
Johnson & Johnson

J.T. (Ted) Childs, Jr.
Principal
Ted Childs LLC

Deborah Dagit
President
Deb Dagit Diversity LLC

Ellen East
Former Executive Vice President
Chief Communications Officer
Time Warner Cable

Peter M. Fasolo, PhD
Vice President
Global Human Resources
Johnson & Johnson

Francille M. Firebaugh, PhD (Vice Chair of the Board)
Professor and Dean Emerita
College of Human Ecology
Cornell University
Vice Provost and Professor Emerita
The Ohio State University

Ellen Galinsky
President
Families and Work Institute

Ellen R. Marram
President
Barnegat Group LLC

Patricia H. Miller
Vice President
Human Resources
Southern California Edison

Christine A. Morena
Principal
Christine Morena Advisory Services

Stephanie B. Mudick
Executive Vice President
JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Judy Woodruff
Co-Anchor and Managing Editor
PBS NewsHour

Emeritus Board

Eugene S. Andrews, PhD
Former Human Resources Executive
General Electric Company

Lotte Bailyn, PhD
T Wilson (1953) Professor Emerita
MIT Sloan School of Management

T. Berry Brazelton, MD
Professor of Pediatrics, Emeritus
Harvard Medical School
Founder
Brazelton Touchpoints Center

Deborah Mullen
Military Family Advocate 

Admiral Michael G. Mullen, USN (Ret.)
Former Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

Anna Quindlen
Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist
Novelist
Former Columnist, Newsweek

Dee Topol
Former President
The Travelers Foundation

 

 

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