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Diversity & Talent Series
At the upcoming Diversity & Talent Series, participants will hear from Diane Antishin, Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Diversity & Inclusion officer at DTE Energy. Diane will share her professional journey and leadership experience with DTE Energy, as well as the company’s commitment to diversifying its workforce and building a welcoming, inclusive culture. Diane will also address how organizations can lead authentically through diversity, equity and inclusion during times of tragedy and civil unrest, such as the murder of George Floyd.
Tuesday, July 20
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Members: $15 / Non-Members: $25
Meet the Speaker
Diane Antishin, Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, DTE Energy
Diane M. Antishin is Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer for DTE Energy. In her role, Diane is responsible for the design, development, and execution of enterprise-wide strategy for workforce planning and development, talent acquisition, talent and succession planning, executive and employee compensation and benefits, health and wellness, and labor and employee relations. In addition, she oversees the company’s diversity and inclusion strategy, cultivating a work and learning environment that encourages, supports, and values the multicultural mosaic of DTE’s workforce, customers, business partners, suppliers, and communities. She also leads the employment and education pillar of the company’s force for growth strategies, driving economic growth and prosperity in the regions it serves.
Diane is a member of the HR Policy Association, serving on the labor relations advisory and employment rights committees, and is a member of the board of governors for the American Health Policy Institute. She also serves on the Conference Board Council of U.S. D&I Executives and the board of directors for the American Society of Employers, the Haven-Oakland Foundation, and the board of visitors for the Wayne State University Mike Ilitch School of Business. She draws inspiration from her favorite quote: “We see the world not as it is, but as we are.”