Katrina Wade-Golden, director of implementation for the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, has been named to the new position of deputy chief diversity officer for the University of Michigan.

“Katrina has played an intricate and vital role in the success of the five-year strategic planning process at the University of Michigan,” says Robert Sellers, vice provost for equity and inclusion and chief diversity officer. “As we move into our second year of this universitywide effort, I am confident her dedication to DEI will continue to drive impactful and lasting change across our campus community.”

Wade-Golden’s appointment was formally announced at last week’s Community Assembly, part of the Diversity Summit week at U-M.

As deputy CDO and director of implementation, Wade-Golden provides critical support and leadership for the DEI strategic planning process, campuswide climate survey assessment, and assists Sellers with planning and execution of administrative processes.

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