Diversity Leadership: Marie Moynihan, Dell

Marie Moynihan


Chief Diversity Officer

Vice President, Talent

Dell

“I do think things are changing for the better for women in leadership,” Marie Moynihan says in a video on Dell’s web site. “Flexible working [is] allowing a number of them to stay on the career ladder when they have family responsibilities versus having to step off and step back in later.”

Moynihan is one of the first chief diversity officers in corporate America who isn’t headquartered in the United States. She lives in Ireland with her family. She oversees talent acquisition; talent management; diversity and inclusion; and human resources for Dell’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. She brought Dell’s employee resource group for gender diversity to EMEA.

Prior to joining Dell, she led human resources at Intel Corporation’s European manufacturing facility. She has also spent many years as a consultant.

Moynihan has received numerous honors including being named one of Ireland’s “Top 25 Most Powerful Women.”

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