Episode 17 – How to Develop a DEI Strategy That Gets Results – Eloiza Domingo – Chief Diversity Officer

A Boston Consulting Group survey about the global insurance workforce revealed for the first time, insurance industry talent included company values as one of the ten workplace attributes that they care about most in 2020.  The vast majority, 71%—and 78% of employees age 30 or younger—said that issues related to diversity and inclusion have become more important to them over the past year.

Equity issues are significant enough that 55% of all insurance talent and 60% of younger employees would exclude from a job search companies whose positions on diversity and inclusion do not match their own.

Eloiza Domingo is the Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Inclusive, Diversity & Equity Officer for The Allstate Corporate. She assumed this role in 2021 with responsibility for building on Allstate’s strong foundation and culture of Inclusive Diversity & Equity by shaping the multi-year Inclusive Diversity & Equity plan to create an enduring impact inside and outside of the company. As she partners with colleagues and teams across Allstate, Eloiza furthers the company’s goal of being the most diverse protection solutions company.

Her experience across industries at the executive level in HR and Diversity offers a unique perspective and great insights regarding Talent, Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and the future of work.  Her business acumen and ability to forge strong relationships are key to delivering evidence-based results.

Eloiza’s background spans sectors including academia, law enforcement, academic medicine at Johns Hopkins, and pharmaceuticals. She has been recognized as a Female Disrupter by Medium in 2020, one of the 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World by the Filipina Women’s Network, received the 2017 Senior Executive award from the National Association of Healthcare Executives and was featured on the Maryland Daily Record’s Very Important Professionals Success by 40 list.

Eloiza holds an M.S. in Higher Education and Student Affairs with a minor in Counseling and concentration in Diversity Education, and a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology with a minor in Spanish from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN.

She draws on her depth of experience and shares practical advice to positively influence and sustain a valuable impact on the culture of all the organizations where she leads Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity.

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