The New Chief Diversity Officer

Publication Date Jun 17, 2022


CDOs face a multitude of challenges both in academic and corporate settings. As a result, these positions have high burnout and turnover. This chapter examines the history, demography, and environmental settings of the CDO, how the field has evolved, and the status of the practice. The chapter explores and recommends success strategies for newly appointed diversity officers, those entering the field, and considerations for hiring authorities. There are distinct differences between inclusion efforts, antiracism, and how DEIB initiatives are set up in corporations and academia. This chapter attempts to identify problems in the field, examine the current status of DEIB, and offer implications for future practice.


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