Diversity and Inclusion
Administration and Planning strives to keep diversity and inclusion at the forefront of our leadership agenda and work collaboratively to develop programs, policies, practices, and initiatives that reflect our commitment to building a diverse workforce and creating an inclusive work environment.
We value, celebrate, and leverage our differences to inspire an environment of innovation and creative problem solving to meet the needs of our students, faculty, staff, patients, customers, visitors, communities, and other stakeholders.
Workforce Diversity - Build a diverse, qualified, and high-performing workforce that is reflective of our university community, by drawing from all segments of society.
Workplace Inclusion - Cultivate a flexible, collaborative, and inclusive work environment that leverages diversity and enables all individuals to contribute to their full potential.
Sustainability - Develop an infrastructure, programs, policies, and strategies to equip leaders with the ability to manage and leverage diversity, be accountable, measure results, refine approaches, and institutionalize a culture of inclusion
|Name & Email||Phone|
|Dmitri Gaston, Senior Manager of Diversity and Inclusion Education|
Administration and Planning
|Laura Stehura, Chair/Chief Diversity Officer|
A&P HR Services
|Phillipa Davis, Administrative Associate|
|Kent Halloran, Safety Engineer|
FOD Environmental Health & Safety
|James Jackson, Public Relations and Mktg Manager|
|Najette Kanoun, Facilities Engineer|
FOD Facilities Support
|Kevin Koesters, Sr Project Manager|
FOD Medical District
|Mike Lyles, Manager-Facilities Management|
FOD Academic District
|Aaron Moore, Program Coordinator|
A&P Senior VP Admin
|Luther Nolan, Groundskeeper|
FOD Landscape Services
|Casey Paris, Radio Traffic Coordinator|
WOSU Public Media
|Johnna Sells, Dispatcher Superintendent|
|Marie Tullidge, Real Estate Coordinator|
Ohio State D&I News
It was a heart-wrenching experience that makes Dale Harris cringe to this day. The Senior Project Manager for Facilities Operations and Development moved to Alabama from Trinidad and Tobago in 1991. It was there where he came face-to-face with racism.
He worked in a restaurant and one day, one...
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“It’s become more important to me to be aware of...