National Council for Mental Wellbeing

Chief Diversity Officer

The CDO is a newly created position and a member of the SLT responsible for working across the National Council to create an organization-wide strategy and road map to embed DEIB into every aspect of the National Council’s mission, work, and culture.

The CDO will create a compelling, inspiring DEIB vision through executive-level vision, influence, and voice. To make the National Council more diverse, inclusive, and equitable, the CDO will work with the CEO, staff, senior leaders, and Board on programmatic innovation and membership engagement.

Salary starts at $290,000 with a final offer based on professional experience and internal equity, also bonuses and benefits.

Read More
Screenshot 2023-02-12 at 2.22.08 PM


SVP/Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer

A New York City health services network is actively seeking an experienced professional to join their Executive Leadership team as their new SVP / Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer. In this role, the SVP / Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer will be responsible for leading organizational change within the network to ensure that culture is imbued with the values of diversity, equity and inclusion.

Pay: $300,000 - $385,000/Year

Read More


VP, Global Head of Community, Diversity & Inclusion

The ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven ability to operationalize a Diversity & Inclusion strategy and define how we manage, influence and sustain change. This individual should bring prior success in building programs and improving leadership capabilities across the organization in ways that enable a consistent approach to inclusivity. They will bring experience engaging in difficult conversations, listening and learning, building collective awareness, examining biases, and striving to ensure that all employees feel respected, valued and heard. This individual will be an influencer, a thought leader, and an agent of change. 

The targeted pay range for this position in the following location is / locations are: San Francisco, CA / Bay Area: $213,000 to $373,000

Read More



Wesleyan University

Chief Diversity Officer - Illinois

Illinois Wesleyan University invites applicants and nominations for a Chief Diversity Officer (CDO). The CDO will report to the President of the University and sit on the President's Cabinet. They will be a part of making decisions about the direction and vision of the institution with regard to practices of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and help to ensure that Illinois Wesleyan is the most welcoming possible space to people from all backgrounds.

Read More

State University of NY

Chief Diversity Officer

The CDO is responsible for all aspects of promoting and advancing DEI goals and objectives; primarily, the creation of a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment. The CDO oversees and develops the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity and recommends initiatives, programs, and services targeted toward enhancing the recruitment and retention of faculty, staff, and students from diverse and under-represented populations. The CDO also serves as Affirmative Action Officer and Deputy Title IX Coordinator and has the authority, resources, support of, and access to senior leadership.

Read More
Syracuse University

VP - Student Transition, Access, & Inclusion

The next vpwill assist the senior vp and chief student experience officer in managing a $60 million division portfolio and supporting 498 full-time staff in a suite of units that welcome and acclimate students to campus. The Vice President oversees the Intercultural Collective, Center for International Services, and New Student Programs. The position will collaborate directly with other university partners to promote student inclusion and success as the division's thought leader on DEIA best practices.

Read More



The Forum Group

Sr Mgr, DEI Intelligence & Analytics Insights

Responsible for developing DEI strategies through actionable insights and data. This position is expected to bring market insights, strategic direction, and thought leadership for DEI outcomes.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for DEI, solid experience multi-tasking and working on a variety of diversity initiatives, understanding of industry DEI best practices, excellent client partnership capability, executive communication skills, analytical skills, and demonstrated ability to collaborate cross functionally and drive strategy in a fast-paced environment.

Pay Rate: $59.44 - $99.27 per hour
Read More

Director, DEI - Talent Acquisition

Stamford, CT / Fort Myers, FL / Irving, TX
The Director, DEI - Talent Acquisition will serve a critical and integral role in creating and driving our diversity recruiting strategy in partnership with our recruiting and business unit leadership teams. As the Director, DEI - Talent Acquisition you will have proven experience of successfully managing others, as well as influencing large recruiting organizations through global strategies and scaling challenges. This is your opportunity to be at the core of helping us build a more representative global organization.

Read More


Director, Talent Experience & DEIB

This is a remote opportunity in the US. We have a scalable, cloud-native NetCloud platform which is at the core of our solution. As we look towards scaling up this platform to support and grow our customer base around the globe, we’re looking for an experienced Director, Talent Experience & DEIB. This key hire will report to our VP of Global Talent and have responsibility for building and executing fundamental Cradlepoint’s key talent initiatives around Emerging Talent, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging, and Employee Engagement – all key drivers of success to our company. 

Your Pay: $151,900 - $256,450 / year 

Read More


download (2)

Head of Inclusion, Diversity and Culture

This role is a member of the Organization Development CoE and is responsible for development and implementation of proactive diversity, equity, inclusion and culture initiatives in support of Alcoa’s strategic plan. This is an individual contributor who needs to lead by influence and manage up, dealing with senior leaders and holding them accountable.

United States, PA,Pittsburgh
Netherlands, Rotterdam
Canada, QC, Montréal
Brazil, SP, São Paulo

Read More


Assoc Director, Diversity Equity and Inclusion

There are several cities to choose from (NY, NY; Washington, DC; Minneapolis, MN; Chicago, IL; Atlanta, GA; (view link for more locations).

  • Provide shared and standardized services for the Office of DEI to support Accelerate 2025 strategies and initiatives
  • Partner with Talent & Culture centers of excellence 
  • Develop and oversee portfolio of DEI programs
  • Consult with business leaders leveraging comprehensive knowledge of DEI concepts and leading practices

New York City Salary Range: Low: $120400 - High: $225800

Read More
CVS Health

Executive Director, DE&I

As Executive Director, DE&I, you will lead a team to ensure our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is reflected in our business processes, workforce programs, and community initiatives within the retail business unit. You will set direction and collaborate and influence senior leaders on diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies. You will provide expertise for the continuous improvement and measurable results of the retail business unit and company-wide DE&I strategies and objectives. The Executive Director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion reports to the Chief Diversity Officer.

Pay Range $131,500-$297,250

Read More


Tulane University

Director for Diversity Initiatives

    The Director for Diversity Initiatives for the Division of Enrollment Management is responsible for supporting the Division of Enrollment Management by providing leadership, strategy, and direction as related to recruiting diverse and inclusive communities that promotes equity. Establishes opportunities for learning, promoting a sense of belonging and inclusiveness throughout the division of Enrollment Management. Translates the division’s Strategy for Tomorrow plan into actionable items that will achieve plan goals. Counsels leadership and represents the division on equity, diversity, and inclusion matters.
Read More
Stanford University

Asst Vice Provost for Inclusion & Community & Exec Director of Equity, Community & Leadership

The Assistant Vice Provost for Inclusion and Community and Executive Director of Equity, Community and Leadership will provide strategy, vision, leadership, direction, advocacy, support, establish overall objectives and develop long range plans impacting the Centers for Equity, Community, and Leadership, as part of the student affairs organization. The Centers for Equity, Community, and Leadership consist of the Asian American Activities Center, Black Community Services Center, First Generation and/or Low-Income Student Success Center, El Centro Chicano y Latino, Native American Cultural Center, Markaz Resource Center, Queer Student Resources, and the Women’s Community Center.

The expected pay range for this position is $171,000 to $200,000 per annum.

Read More
University of Wisconson-Madison

Diversity and Inclusion Director

The Diversity and Inclusion Director for Health and well-being will partner with University Health Services and Recreation and well-being stakeholders to advance the health and well-being theme areas of inclusion, equity, and diversity (IED) IED strategic plan; develop strategies to build greater diversity among the staff, and increase staff retention and engagement; and provide expert consultation, resources, programs, and initiatives that improve climate and both educate and promote inclusion, equity, and diversity as core values of Student Affairs; and manage diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice related training and programs. This position has the potential to supervise direct reports.
Read More


Berkeley-dark blue-1

UC Berkeley

Assistant Vice Chancellor & Chief of Staff, Equity & Inclusion

The Division of Equity & Inclusion (E&I) provides leadership and accountability to campus through 25 departments to resolve systemic inequities for all members of UC Berkeley through engaged research, teaching, and public service, and by expanding pathways for access and success and promoting a healthy and engaging campus climate. The Division consists of 152 career and contract staff, over 935 limited staff and undergraduate and graduate student employees, and a budget of $36M; the work encompasses direct service, programmatic support, and advice and consultation across all campus communities including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff.
The budgeted salary that the University reasonably expects to pay for this position is $209,900.00 - $225,000.00.
Read More
AUburn Univ

Auburn University

Director, Equity and Inclusive Excellence 

The Director and Professor of Practice for Equity and Inclusive Excellence supports the implementation and adaptation of diversity, equity, and inclusion policy, practices, and procedures within the College of Agriculture and the College of Forestry, Wildlife, and Environment. 

The Director is responsible for the design, delivery, and assessment of a comprehensive, evidence-based, college-specific DEI strategy in support of the ongoing progress of institutional DEI and inclusive excellence goals. The Director will align the colleges’ priorities with the University’s strategic vision for undergraduate and graduate student, faculty, and staff development of critical DEI awareness, behaviors, skills, and competencies that facilitate personal and professional growth and development.

Read More

William & Mary

Director of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging

This is a new position and the first role of its kind in an administrative unit at the university. The Director of DI&B will have broad oversight of substantive diversity, equity, and inclusion activities with the authority to envision, strategize, advocate, implement, and document processes, initiatives, and measurable actions leading to greater diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the University Advancement. The Director’s primary focus includes:
Recruitment, hiring, and retention of talented and diverse staff, strategic planning, retention & training initiatives, fostering a community and culture that values and prioritizes DIB.
Salary, up to $95K, commensurate with experience.
Read More


Habitat for Humanity logo. (PRNewsFoto/HABITAT FOR HUMANITY)

Habitat for Humanity

Director - DE&I Programs (EME, AFR & AP)

Habitat for Humanity International is looking for an experienced professional to join our global DEI team. Reporting to the global DE&I officer, the Director - DE&I Programs (EME, AFR & AP) will serve as a leader for DEI by working to integrate our DEI strategy into a program design to serve global communities with a particular focus on area offices in Eastern Europe/Middle East, Africa and Asia/Pacific. The Director will also monitor external social trends, explore innovative strategies, conduct benchmark studies and drive actions that support Habitat for Humanity’s DEI strategy and goals.

Read More


Chief People Diversity & Culture Officer

Palmetto Goodwill is seeking an exceptional and inclusive leader to contribute proactive, strategic, and visionary leadership for its people and culture. This influential and decisive executive is responsible for the development and implementation of people strategy, including team member experience and success, engagement, benefits and compensation, training and performance development, recruitment and retention, safety and loss prevention. This leader will steward our culture, lead our employment brand and guide our diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging work.

Read More
download (6)
Gates Foundation

Deputy Director, Strategy, Planning, and Management (Gender Equality)

You will report to the Director, Gender Impact Accelerators. Help Gender Equality Division strategic portfolios achieve impact goals across the foundation. Manage program strategy, finances, and operations, initially work with the Gender Impact Accelerators (Data & Insights and Digital Connectivity) and Gender Integration teams to achieve our ambitious impact goals in the rapidly growing Gender Equality Division. The division may expand. Add strategic and investment acumen to technical expertise to help these teams define programmatic strategy, portfolio planning and trade-offs, initiative and investment-level decision making, and strategy execution plans. This role creates new portfolios collaboratively and functionally.

The typical salary range for this role is $201,880.00 to $374,920.00 USD.

Read More