Daisy’s career spans 20 years of experience in front-line business, corporate social responsibility, human resources, and leadership roles across finance, media and technology. She has a proven track record of building cohesive, productive teams to be agents of change, linking people leadership to business results and maximizing diverse and inclusive cultures. Prior to Google, she was Vice President, Talent Acquisition and Organization & Workforce Diversity at the Disney ABC Television Group where she led talent acquisition and diversity strategies across The Walt Disney Company's global entertainment and news television properties, owned television stations, and radio stations. This included ABC, ABC Studios, ABC News, ABC Owned Television Stations Group, Disney Channels Worldwide and ABC Family, as well as Disney ABC Domestic Television and Disney Media Distribution.

Prior to the Disney ABC Television Group, she was Managing Director, Executive Search Initiatives at Time Warner, Inc. where she was responsible for enterprise-wide diversity executive sourcing strategies.

As the Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion and Vice President, Talent Acquisition at Moody’s Corporation 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. As Manager, Philanthropic Programs, she implemented global corporate responsibility initiatives.

A passionate supporter for the advancement of women and girls, and fostering creativity and innovation through diversity and inclusion, Ms. Auger-Domínguez has received numerous recognitions for her civic engagement including a Latino Trend Setter Award, 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 is a 1998 alum of the Coro Fellowship for Leadership in Public Affairs.

Daisy has presented or moderated at numerous conferences and forums on diversity and inclusion sponsored by such organizations as the Conference Board, the Paley Center, the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) and McKinsey.

She serves on the board of directors of the Council of Urban Professionals and as advisor to several professional organizations.

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 Burlingame, CA with her husband and daughter.

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