The Office of Diversity and Inclusion
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland continues to make strides in diversity and inclusion with the support of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI). ODI fosters an inclusive environment both inside and outside of the Bank through fulfilling its Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) responsibilities, supporting Bankwide inclusion, and measuring and assessing our diversity and inclusion progress and how our current efforts align with our strategies. The Bank and ODI are dedicated to sustaining an environment in which diversity is valued and differences are strengths. Our plans and actions are designed to leverage the opportunities that diversity presents. We are working to create a richly collaborative environment that values diversity and inclusion and fosters employee engagement to establish the Bank as a premier organization in our communities. Additionally, as part of our bank responsibilities and the involvement in our communities, we value the diversity of our bank directors. Please visit the Board of Governors website for detailed information about the demographic characteristics of Reserve Bank main office and branch directors.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) EEO-1 Report 2010
Diversity and Inclusion Team
Margie Wright-McGowan (not pictured), Diana Starks, Elfreda Walter, LaVelle Blackwell, and Tabatha Findley.
What does inclusion look and feel like at the Cleveland Fed?
Diana Starks, vice president of human resources, offers her thoughts about the look and feel of diversity and inclusion at the Cleveland Fed.