Theodosia Cook Named Chief Diversity Officer for University of Colorado

The University of Colorado has named Theodosia Cook as chief diversity officer for the four-campus university system. Cook – formerly director of the campus climate and culture initiative at Dartmouth College – will help develop and implement system-wide policies and initiatives that promote diversity, equity and inclusion. She will also coordinate and collaborate with chief diversity officers, faculty and administrators on each of the campuses.

“I’m excited to be part of a university that makes diversity, equity and inclusion focal points of its activities and institutional culture,” Cook said.

“Theodosia Cook is an accomplished and experienced professional and I’m thrilled to have her join our team,” Kennedy said. “Diversity, equity and inclusion are fundamental to the success of the university and its students, and she will play an important role in ensuring that success.”

WittKieffer’s Charlene Aguilar and Christine Pendleton led this search.

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