Lissiah Hundley

Lissiah Hundley is the Diversity and Inclusion Strategist at Cox Enterprises. Previously Executive Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Cox Communications, Hundley now serves as the senior diversity and inclusion subject matter expert/ strategist for all Cox divisions.


Hundley is the liaison between Cox and key national and local diversity partners, and works closely with Cox's senior executives to advance diversity initiatives and goals. Hundley is a member of Cox's National Diversity Council, and she supports the President and Chief People Officer who chair the Council. She is also responsible for implementing and overseeing the company's first Employee Resource Groups.

Hundley has over 19 years of experience working with diverse segments and equal employment opportunity related initiatives. She has led the development of mentoring and diversity training programs for executives and employees to promote inclusion. She also has extensive experience working with federal audits and the OFCCP and FCC. Hundley has studied and worked abroad, and has managed technical and business operation centers in Jamaica and the Philippines.

Hundley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Mary's University in International Relations, and a Master's degree in Human Resources. She completed her Juris Doctorate degree at St. Mary's Law School. Hundley also serves on various professional and community boards such as the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential, and the USBLN Disability Equality Index Advisory Committee.

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