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Toyota adds 3 members to N.A. diversity advisory board

Toyota Motor THE UNITED STATES has named three new members to its UNITED STATES Diversity Advisory Board.

The automaker on Monday announced the appointments of Robert Davidson, former CEO and chairman of Surface Protection Industries; Domenika Lynch, executive director of the Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program; and retired Army Maj. Gen. Tammy Smith.

The appointments were effective Aug. 1.

“These very fine leaders were selected to lend their expertise in the regions of diversity and inclusion that build on our existing members,” said Sandra Phillips Rogers, Toyota North America’s chief legal and diversity officer. “All three of these are such rich [diversity and inclusion] and executive leaders within their own right.”

She added: “Tammy is really a trailblazer. She’s been an advocate for equal workplaces, and she’s helped on policies that produce the military more welcoming for the LGBTQ+ community. Robert spent some time working in community organizations to operate a vehicle diversity and inclusion,” especially when it comes to minority-owned company.

“Domenika is quite centered on how organizations can best prepare themselves to get a workplace that develops and cultivates Latino talent, but additionally puts set up programs to essentially address future needs.”

The Diversity Advisory Board, created in 2002, also counts Alexis Herman, Gilbert Casellas, Jyoti Chopra and Howard Buffet as members.

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