Vice President of Intersectionality, Culture, & Diversity, Twitter
A visionary change-agent, Candi Castleberry Singleton is the vice president of intersectionality, culture, and diversity (ICD) at Twitter, where she leads the new #GrowTogether strategy focused on ICD internally and on the platform. She is also the founder of the award-winning Dignity & Respect Campaign, which has helped organizations create environments of dignity and respect.
Business acumen developed from leading teams in operations and experience in sales and product marketing at Xerox Corporation shapes her approach to partnering with business and community leaders to build sustainable practices for the workplace and community. She has developed successful strategies and initiatives in technology, telecommunications, and healthcare with companies such as Sun Microsystems, Motorola, and UPMC.
As an experienced diversity and inclusion leader, she created The Bolt-On to Built-In Model™, featured in her chapter of “Crossing the Divide: Intergroup Leadership in a World of Difference” (Harvard Business School Press). The model has helped her transition companies from compliance-driven processes led by HR to integrated activities that shift the responsibility for achieving an inclusive culture to every employee.
Candi has served as adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University. She received an MBA from Pepperdine and a bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley, and she completed the Stanford Executive Human Resources program.
Candi will share her insights around inclusion and diversity and what role we all play in making the workplace and community better for everyone. She will also discuss Twitter’s I&D Council and their current focus on: Understanding the role of the I&D leader in addressing bias in AI Challenges with current and opportunities for new […]
A human workplace is at its heart a place of belonging, inclusion, and perhaps, healing. Every day we read headlines about how divisive and fragmented our society has become. And yet, every day we show up at work, form teams, and work together toward shared goals. The companies that actually make an impact in the […]