Lissiah Hundley serves as the Head of Strategic Partnerships and Client Fulfillment for DiversityInc. In this role, she oversees corporate partnerships, and supports product development, account management, survey development, and professional development events. Hundley is a seasoned consultant and advisor to corporate partners in various industries. She has coached regional and corporate executives and teams through acquisitions and large-scale transformational change; helping them move from siloed diversity and inclusion initiatives to an enterprise-wide, strategic focus, with an impact on talent, market, and revenue. Hundley joined DiversityInc. in June 2019, and reports to CEO, Carolynn Johnson.
Previously, Hundley served as the Vice President of Workforce Diversity and Inclusion, University Relations, and Military Hiring at Comcast Cable. There, she led a team of talent acquisition, communications, and diversity and inclusion professionals responsible for the attraction and acquisition of diverse, high performing talent. Her teams focused on building and leading employee programs and initiatives driving engagement and supporting an inclusive work environment. Hundley partnered with and provided strategic guidance to business leaders and key stakeholders across the organization. She also led the engagement with core national and local diversity partners, universities, and community organizations.
Hundley also served as the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Strategist for Cox Enterprises in Atlanta. There she was the company’s senior diversity and inclusion advisor, and partnered with Cox’s divisions, including Cox Communications, Cox Automotive (Manheim and Auto Trader), and Cox Media Group. Hundley worked closely with the executive diversity councils in each division and was responsible for leading the build and implementation of the company’s first Employee Resource Groups. Prior to Cox, Hundley served as the Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion at Wells Fargo Bank. In other roles, Hundley has also worked abroad managing Operations Centers in Jamaica and the Philippines.
Hundley holds a Juris Doctor degree from St. Mary’s Law School in Texas. She serves on the Advisory Board for the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential, founded by Jane Fonda, and on the New Jersey City University Foundation board. Previously, Hundley served on the DisabilityIn, Disability Equality Index Advisory Committee, and the Emma Bowen Foundation board. Named one of the Top Executives in Corporate Diversity, Hundley has been a featured speaker at various industry, national forums.