HR/diversity chief among 'most powerful and influential'
Joyce Ingram, Florida State's assistant vice president and chief human resources and diversity officer, was recognized as one of the 20 "Most Powerful and Influential Women" for 2013 by the Florida Diversity Council during the Well's Fargo 2013 Florida Diversity and Leadership Conference, held recently in Orlando, Fla.
"This award is well-deserved as Joyce is recognized nationally for her leadership in the areas of diversity and inclusion," said Eric S. Algoe, Florida State's associate vice president for administration within the Division of Finance and Administration. "She has put her passion to work here at FSU by championing the creation of the University Diversity and Inclusion Committee and its seven subcommittees. She is the driving force behind our own Diversity and Inclusion Operating Plan, an achievement for which our Human Resources Department was recently lauded by Business Officer magazine.
"Florida State University is truly fortunate to have Joyce helping to make our workforce as diverse as our student population, and helping to make our university a welcoming place for all people," Algoe said.
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