Partners HealthCare names chief diversity and inclusion officer: 5 things to know

Boston-based Partners HealthCare has named Dani Monroe to its newly created position of chief diversity and inclusion officer.

Here are five things to know about Ms. Monroe.

1. She has served as founder and president of Center Focus International. In that role, Ms. Monroe worked with Partners' Diversity and Inclusion Council over the past two years to develop the organization's diversity and inclusion vision and strategy.

2. At Center Focus International, Ms. Monroe also led diversity, inclusion and organization effectiveness efforts for the CIA, John Hancock, Hasbro, Pfizer, Novartis, Raytheon, Shell America, the State Street Corp. and the Walt Disney Company,

3. As chief diversity and inclusion officer for Partners, she will provide leadership in the execution of Partners' diversity and inclusion strategy. Her work will mainly focus on "enhancing the diversity and inclusion efforts of Partners corporate departments while building upon similar work underway at Partners' institutions, " according to a news release.

4. Ms. Monroe is a published author on the topic of workforce diversity.

5. She earned a master's degree in organization development from Pepperdine University's business school in Malibu, Calif., and a bachelor's degree from California State University in Dominguez Hills.


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