Senior Director/Deputy Chief Diversity Officer
Johns Hopkins Medicine
In 2016, Eloiza Domingo-Snyder was included among the 100 Most Influential Filipina Leaders in the World by the Filipina Women’s Network.
“Receiving an accolade by a group of Filipina global leaders and the first professional network of Filipina leaders of its kind is easily the greatest professional accomplishment for me,” she said.
Domingo-Snyder is senior director and deputy chief diversity officer at Johns Hopkins Medicine, where she works toward the advancement of diversity and equity concerning matters of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, socioeconomic status and ability.
“She is the rare diversity professional who can inspire people from all backgrounds (including skeptics of the value of diversity) to see difference as a virtue to be embraced as a way to increase organizational effectiveness in a return on investment context,” said Joshua Schwarz, professor of management at the Farmer School of Business, Miami University.
At Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and later at Johns Hopkins, she has worked to increase access to medical interpretation and translation for people with limited English proficiency.
Domingo-Snyder is an ex-officio member of the National Advisory Council of the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity. She’s also a mentor for a number of women of color.
“I was fortunate to have a number of successful women of color around me when I was growing up … so I always accept and look for opportunities to partner with, coach, and mentor women and girls of color,” she said.