Natalie HolderNatalie Holder

Federal Law Enforcement Agency

Natalie Holder is a strategic architect of organizational cultural change management that has moved the diversity, equity and inclusion needle in high-profile work environments. Under her leadership, she has helped to boost the percentage of women and other historically underrepresented groups and is the driver for many "firsts" (e.g., the first African-American woman Assistant Chief of Police; the first mentoring cohort; the first DEI Scholars Program, etc.) in the NYC Fire Department, New York State Bar Association's Labor and Employment Section, and various organizations where she had led DEI.

She led and founded the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Action (IDEA) Office for a Federal law enforcement agency in the national Capitol region. She is an employment lawyer who has developed harassment prevention training products with Proskauer Rose and led seminars for organizations such as Yale Medical School, White & Case, Time Warner, the United States Department of Agriculture, and The United Way of Greater New Haven. She started her career as a law firm associate specializing in disability discrimination litigation and is the author of two books.

Takes part in

Sep, 4 7:00 PM CEST
Stage 1

#BlackLivesMatter: lessons for government and business

Natalie Holder Federal Law Enforcement Agency
Kostiantyn Gridin Organizer at Global Inclusion Online Forum