Greer Jordan has joined Medical College of Wisconsin as chief diversity and inclusion officer. In this role, Jordan will provide strategic leadership including vision, management and strategic planning for institution-wide diversity and inclusion initiatives, and will be responsible for developing a broad-reaching approach to enhancing the excellence of senior leadership and the entire workforce relating to diversity and inclusion. She will design, implement and assess diversity and inclusion initiatives to ensure alignment with MCW’s long-term strategic plan, and will help create an institutional culture that sets clear expectations, provides appropriate support and engenders respect and dignity at all levels of the organization. More specifically, Dr. Jordan will provide strategic direction in recruiting, attracting and retaining diverse faculty, physicians, students and staff, identify areas of opportunity, collaborate with departments, programs and constituencies, and serve as a liaison between MCW and individuals with similar roles – both locally and nationally – to share best practices and innovations related to diversity and inclusion. She also will be an MCW ambassador and resource to communities, businesses and nonprofit entities locally.
Education: She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Detroit, a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in organizational behavior from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
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