About Daisy Auger-Dominguez, VP, Recruitment and Organization & Workforce Diversity, Disney ABC TV Group
Daisy Auger-Domínguez is Vice President, Recruitment and Organization & Workforce Diversity at the Disney ABC TV Group where she is responsible for the strategic direction, implementation, and alignment of talent acquisition and diversity initiatives. She leads recruitment and diversity teams who focus on making the Disney ABC TV Group the destination for talented people with a passion for creating compelling content that engages consumers around the world. The Disney/ABC Television Group is composed of The Walt Disney Company's global entertainment and news television properties, owned television stations, and radio stations. This includes ABC Entertainment Group, ABC News, ABC Owned Television Stations Group, Disney Channels Worldwide, ABC Family and SOAPnet, as well as Disney/ABC Domestic Television and Disney Media Distribution.
Prior to the Disney ABC TV Group, she was Managing Director, Executive Search Initiatives at Time Warner, Inc. where she was responsible for enhancing Time Warner's executive brand with diverse communities, and attracting and recruiting diverse executives across the enterprise.
Prior to joining Time Warner, Daisy was the Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion and Vice President, Talent Acquisition at Moody’s Corporation where she launched and led the company’s first global diversity and inclusion function and concurrently managed Moody's recruitment in the Americas. Daisy began her twelve-year career at Moody’s as a credit risk analyst covering domestic municipal and global corporate project finance transactions in the transportation sector. She later went on to serve as Manager, Philanthropic Programs implementing global corporate citizenship strategies. Prior to joining Moody's, she was a Fellow for Leadership in Public Affairs at the Coro New York Leadership Center.
A passionate supporter of education, diversity and inclusion, and leadership development, Ms. Auger-Domínguez has received numerous recognitions including a New York City Council Community Involvement Award, El Diario/La Prensa’s Latinas Destacadas Award, Time Warner’s Andrew Heiskell Community Service Award, and in 2002 was selected by the U.S. Embassy of Spain as one of fifteen Young Hispanic Leaders. She serves on the board of the Council of Urban Professionals, the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity Communication’s (NAMIC) and Promax BDA’s Diversity Roundtables and on the FCC Advisory Committee on Diversity in the Digital Age.
Daisy holds an M.P.A. from the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at NYU and a B.A. from Bucknell University. Born in New York City to parents of Dominican and Puerto Rican descent and raised in the Dominican Republic, she now resides in Pasadena, CA with her husband and daughter.