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Google's chief diversity officer is leaving the company following a string of controversies (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google's chief diversity officer is leaving the company following a string of controversies (GOOG, GOOGL)




Google chief diversity officer, Danielle Brown, is leaving the company.




Brown will be Gusto, a human resources startup, as chief people officer.




Google said in a statement that Brown will be replaced by Melonie Parker, who has acted as Google's head of diversity, equity and inclusion.




In the past year, Google has faced scrutiny over its handling of sexual misconduct allegations against senior executives, and faces a class action lawsuit over pay discrimination.



Following a year full of controversy — including the Google Walkout, where employees protested the company's handling of sexual misconduct allegations — Google is shaking up its diversity and inclusion team.
Google's chief diversity officer, Danielle Brown, is leaving the company, the company confirmed Thursday to Business Insider. She'll be replaced by Melonie Parker, who had served as Google's global head of diversity, equity, and inclusion for the last 9 months.
"We’re grateful to Danielle for her excellent work over the past two years to improve representation in Google’s workforce and ensure an inclusive culture for everyone," Eileen Naughton, Google's head of people operations, said in a statement to Business Insider. "We’re deeply committed to this work and have made progress, but there’s more we need to do."
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