USAID, DEIA & Partner Resources with Neneh Diallo, Chief Diversity Officer

  •  March 28, 2023 - April 9, 2023
     8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Join AidKonekt as they welcome Neneh Diallo, USAID Chief Diversity Officer (follow her on Twitter here: @NenehUsaid) to the AidKonekt/Konektid USAID Market Series.

The session will discuss the work of the Office for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility, celebrate their first year anniversary, and hear about what they have planned going forward.

Topics to include:
– Celebrate one year anniversary of DEIA office
– Highlight early successes & Equity Action Plan
– Discuss resources available to USAID partners (both new and established)
– Share upcoming conferences and events
– Overview future direction/plans, and highlight any “Call to Action” to USAID partner community


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Neneh Diallo’s Bio:
USAID Chief Diversity Officer

Neneh Diallo is USAID’s Chief Diversity Officer, and leads the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in the Office of the Administrator.

Neneh has a proven track record of championing diversity, equity, and inclusion in both the public and private sectors. She most recently served as the Senior Vice President for Marketing and Communications at pocstock, a global Black-owned media platform focused on increasing representation and diversity in stock media. She developed the annual framework for the company’s U.S. campaign, which celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion through thought leadership and social media campaigns.

As Director of Diversity and Inclusion at the Millenium Challenge Corporation, Neneh developed the agency’s five-year diversity and inclusion plan, linking it to the Agency’s corporate strategic framework and human capital strategy. She also served as Chair of the agency’s Inclusion & Diversity Council, charged with reviewing and enhancing its diversity, equity, and inclusion training and policies, including a review of hiring practices and pay equity.

No stranger to USAID, Neneh helped build awareness about the U.S. government’s Ebola Recovery programs in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, by convening high-level symposia to explore lessons learned, and producing a series of short documentaries on the outbreak and the USAID-led response and recovery.