Global Chief Diversity and Social Impact Officer
Channing Martin is IPG’s Global Chief Diversity and Social Impact Officer. In this role, Martin is responsible for advancing IPG’s diversity, equity and inclusion objectives and continuing to strengthen the company’s progress to being one of the world’s most diverse and inclusive companies.
Reporting to the CEO, Martin leads IPG’s strategy on all diversity-related matters, including the continued diversification of IPG’s senior ranks and talent pipeline, collaboration and partnership with IPG’s full network of agency brands, CEOs and DE&I leadership community. In her role, Martin also supports the advancement of social impact strategies and practices in partnership with the leadership of IPG’s integrated ESG team.
Prior to joining IPG, Martin was Chief Diversity and Social Responsibility Officer of CSG, a global provider of consumer engagement and digital experience solutions. In this role, Martin worked across the company to promote and build effective strategies for equity, diversity and inclusion. She was also responsible for environmental, societal and governance (ESG) initiatives, recommending investments, activities and programs focused on sustainable, socially aware business practices that incorporate diverse people and perspectives, voices and ideas.
Martin previously held the positions of Diversity and Inclusion Manager at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and Diversity Lead and Strategic Planner for the U.S. Department of State and the Diversity Recruitment and Assessment Manager for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
Throughout her career, Martin has developed and executed measurable diversity initiatives that amplify employee voices, built diverse pipelines of talent, mitigated bias in hiring and performance reviews and strengthened community partnerships to reach new audiences.
Martin holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh and an M.S. in Public Policy and Management from Heinz College at Carnegie-Mellon University.