Angela L. Talton named first chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at City of Hope

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Angela L. Talton was named senior vice president and chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at City of Hope.

Talton will begin the role Jan. 11. Her expertise in diversity, equity and inclusion encompasses leadership development, recruitment and retention of talent, communication strategy, philanthropic giving, supplier diversity and analytics.

Most recently, Talton successfully advised national clients through her firm, ALTalton Consulting. Prior to that, she served in senior executive roles at Nielson for nearly 12 years, including chief diversity officer, senior vice president of global diversity and inclusion, and senior vice president of global call center operations.

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