Graham Media Group Hires Caroline Chambers As Senior Director, Diversity & Inclusion

Graham Media Group today announced that Caroline Chambers will join the company as its first Senior Director, Diversity & Inclusion effective November 2.

Most recently, Chambers was the Vice President, National Director of Diversity Initiatives for Comerica Bank. In that role, she was responsible for internal and external diversity program management including market segment business development teams, employee resource network groups, diversity training, image consulting and philanthropic outreach to diverse communities.
Prior to that, Chambers also served as Comerica Bank’s Vice President, National Director of Corporate Contributions and Charitable Foundation President. Before her work at Comerica, Chambers worked in corporate public affairs, financial services sales, and nonprofit management.

“Caroline is a mission-driven leader who can assess needs and create strategies that are inspiring, meaningful and will support our mission and goals,” said President and CEO Emily Barr. “We are honored to have Caroline on our team. She will partner with senior leaders to strengthen our recruitment, training and retention efforts, ​and enhance a culture where all employees feel valued and empowered to do their best work.”

Chambers, a Detroit native, will be based out of Graham Media Group’s Detroit office but will work directly with the Chicago corporate team, the company’s seven broadcast stations, Social News Desk and Graham Digital.

“Establishing this position is an important next step for Graham Media Group in our continued efforts to ensure that diversity and inclusion are fundamental to our internal culture and organization. This hire is directly in line with the mission of our stations which is to be an authentic voice for the communities in which we serve,” said Barr. “Caroline is an industry and community leader with the expertise to guide Graham Media Group’s connection to the communities we serve and help foster our interpersonal and business prosperity.”

Chambers received her Bachelor of Art​s in Journalism and Communications from the University of Georgia and a Master​’s of Public Administration from the University of Michigan.  She lives in Metro Detroit and has two grown children.

 

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