In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we’re chatting with Victoria Hill, Director of Diversity & Social Impact at Advanced Group. Victoria has 15+ years of experience in the human resources marketplace. She is skilled in all aspects of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I), Leadership Development, and Human Resources Management. Tune in to learn Victoria’s thoughts on the unique role of employers in creating equity, showing up for the full lives of employees, equity-driven leadership, and more!
About the guest
Victoria has 15+ years of experience in the human resources marketplace. She is skilled in all aspects of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I), Leadership Development and Human Resources Management. Her focus is the human experience and building inclusive relationships. Victoria is currently working as the Director of Diversity and Social Impact for Advanced Group. Advanced Group offers contingent and permanent staffing solutions, talent acquisition and management, consulting, outsourcing, clinical research and professional services. In 2018 Victoria started and now leads the company’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee which focuses on awareness, training, recruitment process, and public relations. The DE& I Committee won its first award in 2019 from the American Staffing Association - ASA Care Honorable Mention and it’s second award in 2022 from the Staffing Industry Analyst – 2022 DEI Influencer. Victoria also facilitates Neurodiversity, Conscious Inclusion, Interview Bias, Bystander Intervention, Building Inclusive Relationships, and many other DE& I trainings for her organization as well as external partners. Victoria and her team develop diversity programs to promote unbiased decision-making while creating a safe space for employees to thrive. Victoria and her husband live in Chicagoland and enjoy hosting karaoke parties for fun and relaxation.
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