Diversity Initiatives at Work

Diversity Inventory (DI) is a tool for collecting, tracking, and reporting on key data elements related to diversity initiatives across university campuses.

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Diversity Inventory (DI) Overview

Diversity Inventory (DI) is revolutionizing the way we do business. The University of Wisconsin – Madison developed DI as a tool for collecting, tracking, and reporting on key data elements related to diversity initiatives across campus. This tool has benefited from years of continuous revision and improvement to provide the most value to the university. This centralized directory collects and reports diversity data, ultimately affecting change by connecting students, faculty, and staff to initiatives that are creating a more inclusive campus community. Moreover, it will standardize and streamline the reporting of activities at the University that focus on diversity, inclusion, and climate.

Our Beliefs

We believe in supporting universities abilities to Discover Initiatives, Engage Communities, & Inspire Change

Why DI

  • No coding, no development, access to an established application
  • Secure, encrypted, cloud-technology platform
  • Support from our management experts
  • Make sure you can more easily track your diversity activities so you can spend your time more strategically

A commitment to change

The Diversity Inventory is designed to help improve coordination, planning, and the visibility of activities at the University that focus on diversity, inclusion, and climate.

About Us

Torsheika Maddox, PhD

Program Director, Diversity Inventory

As the Director of the Office of Strategic Diversity Planning and Research (OSDPR), Dr. Maddox directs teams responsible for research, evaluation, and assessment actions, leading quality improvement activities and supporting auditing and monitoring both internally and by external organizations for the Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement.

The Office of Affirmative Action Planning and Programming (OAAPP), which supports the University’s compliance with federal and state laws and regulations and University policies prohibiting discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and sexual harassment, also reports to Dr. Maddox. She also has a longstanding commitment to diversity, inclusion, and climate, addressing the needs of under-served populations, and a passion for serving students and staff in higher education.

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