Diversity officer exits JP Morgan for MSCI after five months

Lily Burkhart will replace Tia Counts at JPMAWM

Pedro Gonçalves
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Tia Counts joins MSCI as chief diversity officer
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Tia Counts joins MSCI as chief diversity officer

Tia Counts has been appointed chief diversity officer at MSCI, just five months after joining JP Morgan Asset & Wealth Management as global head of diversity and inclusion.

She succeeded Lucida Plummer as JPMAWM's global head of diversity and inclusion last December. Counts will take up her new role at MSCI next Monday (17 May). Based in London, Counts will report to Scott Crum, chief human resources officer, in the newly created role. JPMAWM appoints global diversity and inclusion head She will be responsible for operating across MSCI to align the company's diversity, equality and inclusion (DEI) goals with business outcomes. Commenting on the appointment, Crum said: "MSCI is deeply committed to making our firm a more diverse, inclusive and equita...

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