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MetLife today announced Vice President Cindy Pace as its new global
chief diversity and inclusion officer. With this move, MetLife, Inc.
(NYSE: MET) continues to position diversity and inclusion as critical
success factors in the company’s growth and innovation.
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MetLife Names Cindy Pace as Global Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer (Photo: Business Wire)
In her new role, Pace will further MetLife’s global diversity and
inclusion strategy to help fuel innovation, cross-cultural collaboration
and business success.
“I am excited about all we can accomplish through our ongoing commitment
to diversity and inclusion,” says Susan Podlogar, MetLife executive vice
president and chief human resources officer. “I know these efforts will
only get stronger under Cindy’s leadership.”
Pace joined MetLife in 2013 to lead the company’s first global women’s
initiative to advance women in leadership roles and strengthen the
readiness and capabilities of women in the talent pipeline. Under her
leadership, these efforts resulted in an increase of merited promotions
into vice president-level roles. Pace also spearheaded the recent
partnership with the United Nations’ Women and Global Innovation
Coalition for Change and serves as an advisor and company representative.
Pace brings more than 20
years of experience in various corporate management and global
leadership roles in clinical research, diversity and inclusion,
organizational change, executive leadership development, talent strategy
integration, and innovation.
“Cultivating a purpose-driven and inclusive culture where diversity is
valued and fostered is at the heart of MetLife’s approach,” says Pace.
“We believe a globally, diverse workforce enables us to drive
innovation, deliver on our promises to customers, and make a positive
impact in the communities we serve.”
Pace has a doctorate in Organizational Learning and Leadership from the
Teachers College at Columbia University, a Master of Business Education
from New York University, and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from
Morris Brown College where she was a Research Fellow in Microbiology and
To learn more about MetLife’s global diversity and inclusion efforts,
please visit www.metlife.com.
MetLife, Inc. (NYSE: MET), through its subsidiaries and affiliates
(MetLife), is one of the world's leading financial services companies,
providing insurance, annuities, employee benefits and asset management
to help its individual and institutional customers navigate their
changing world. Founded in 1868, MetLife has operations in more than 40
countries and holds leading market positions in the United States,
Japan, Latin America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. For more
information, visit www.metlife.com.
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