Antoinette Tull never saw herself entering the world of law enforcement. But during her time as Human Resources Division Chief for the Richmond City Police Department, she set robust DEI goals which saw female representation of officers grow to more than double the national average, increased the number of BIPOC officers to 40% of the agency, and established guidelines to reduce or eliminate barriers for those seeking a career in public safety.
Hang out with Antoinette for 45 minutes and hear some of her recruitment experiences, how she’s promoting DEI in law enforcement at a local and national level, and some of the inclusivity commonalities she sees between private and public organizations.
This session is part of a series of gatherings that Steyer hosts. What is a Steyer DEI Chat?
Once a month, we get together online, to examine some aspect of the American experience–either by discussing a video or article, or by inviting guest speakers to talk with us. The goal is to join together in expanding our horizons, as individuals and as a team.