I’ve been inside the companies and social impact organizations working on doing this right.
I’m data-driven, hands-on, grounded in clients’ worlds, and impact-oriented.
I know what it means to run a business and use this work to improve productivity and agility.
I facilitate the difficult but necessary conversations to co-create inclusive, equitable and culturally competent workplaces.
I build bridges, trust, and credibility across sectors, industries and movements.
My strategic approach is 360°, uncovering where barriers exist and why, and aligning all people and business systems, processes, policies, and practices.
I train leaders and teams to shorten the time frame from ideation to execution.
Daisy Auger-Domínguez is a human capital executive and workplace culture strategist. As a proud Dominican-Puerto Rican-New Yorker, Daisy knows intimately what the employee experience in the modern workplace can and should be.
With two decades of experience leading organizational transformations at Moody’s Investors Service, The Walt Disney Company, and Google, Daisy’s work drives innovation, collaboration, productivity and agility by forging more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces.
Daisy is an inclusive leadership expert and a sought-after speaker and author on such topics as corporate culture and values, equity in the workplace, talent and leadership. Her work has been featured in national media outlets, including Forbes and Fortune. An advisor to social impact organizations and startups, she also serves on the board of directors of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, and the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, and on the advisory board of Facing History and Ourselves.