Sandra Altiné has been named Vice President, Workforce Diversity & Inclusion at Facebook.
Prior to Facebook, Altiné was the Managing Director of Global Diversity and Inclusion for Moody’s. As a member of the HR Leadership Team, she had responsibility for advancing Moody’s commitment to global diversity and inclusion. In partnership with the Moody’s Global Diversity Council, she sets the diversity and inclusion strategy for the firm. Under Sandra’s leadership, Moody’s was recognized for four years in a row, as one of the Human Right Campaign’s Best Companies for LGBT Equality. In addition, Moody’s partnerships with Morehouse College and Howard University have yielded summer internships and full-time opportunities for students of color.
A frequent speaker on emerging diversity and inclusion strategies, Sandra has spoken at the Conference Board’s D&I Conference; Women of ALPFA (Assoc. of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting) Leadership Conference; INROADS Executive Roundtables, OutLeadership – London, Wharton HR Forum and the Global D&I Conference in Zurich. Sandra was also a guest professor of Organizational Development at Morehouse College Business School.
Sandra has over fifteen years of diversity and human resources-related experience. Prior to joining Moody’s, she was the Chief Operating Officer and a senior consultant at The Future Work Institute, a global diversity and inclusion consulting firm. Sandra started her career at J P Morgan Chase as a manager in Global Trade Operations. Sandra transitioned to Human Resources and held a variety of leadership positions. While there, she was a key architect of the firm’s diversity agenda and ensured that diversity was linked to all HR processes. Her roles also included Leadership Development Manager overseeing management development curriculum design and delivery across the U.S., Europe and Latin America and HR Change Management Practice Lead.
Sandra is a board member of Coro NY and sits on the advisory board of The Families and Work Institute. She is a member of the Executive Leadership Council (ELC) and in 2015, Sandra was an Inductee of the 1804 Haitian RoundTable list of Haitian-American Change Makers. Sandra holds a M.S. in Organizational Development from Fordham University and a B.A. in International Relations from Long Island University.
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