Condé Nast Appoints Yashica Olden as First Global Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

Hire follows public backlash and staff walkouts over alleged racism at the publisher

Olden will begin her role at Condé Nast on Oct. 26. Condé Nast

After months of internal controversy and public scrutiny over allegations of discriminatory working conditions and systemic racism, Condé Nast has appointed Yashica Olden as its first-ever global chief diversity and inclusion officer.

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