Two Women Appointed to Leadership Positions Relating to Diversity

Jesenia Minier-Jennings has been named assistant dean for diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging for the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She previously served as chief diversity officer and ADA/Title IX coordinator at Western Connecticut State University.

Dr. Minier-Jennings holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology from the City College of New York, a master’s degree in public affairs and administration from The Metropolitan College of New York, and a doctorate in public administration and organizational leadership from Capella University.

Inez Stewart has been appointed interim chief diversity officer of Johns Hopkins University Medicine where she currently serves as senior vice president of human resources management. Before joining the staff at Johns Hopkins University, Stewart served as vice president and chief human resources officer for Boston Children’s Hospital.

Stewart received her bachelor’s degree from Boston College and her master of education degree with a concentration in human resource management from Cambridge College in Boston.

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