Daisy Auger-Dominguez is changing the way companies work for everyone. A top human capital executive, inclusive leadership expert and organizational strategist, Daisy transforms the leading companies of our times by showing them how to shift their mindsets and operations with a lens on inclusive leadership. With two decades’ experience leading organizational transformations at The Walt Disney Company, Google and Viacom, she has driven innovation, collaboration and profitability by forging more diverse and inclusive workplaces. Having spent a lifetime navigating cultural and racial identity as a Dominican-Puerto Rican-American, Daisy knows intimately what the employee experience in the modern workplace can and should be. She is recognized for her ability to quickly form, inspire and retain high-performing teams that reset and reshape corporate cultures to better attract and engage talent, amplify performance, and drive measurable impact. An advisor to social impact organizations and startups, she also serves on the board of directors of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, and on the advisory board of Facing History and Ourselves. A dynamic and sought-after speaker, Daisy also writes about corporate culture and values, inclusive people strategies and leadership.
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