Carolyn S. Craig
Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
Carolyn S. Craig earned her MBA from The University of Detroit Mercy (inducted into "Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Fraternity") and her BSBA from Miami University (recipient of "The President’s Distinguished Service Award"). She is credentialed as a Certified Diversity Professional (CDP), an Advanced Certified Cultural Intelligence Professional (ACCQP), and is a National Inclusive Excellence in Higher Education Leadership Academy Fellow. Carolyn began her professional career at Miami in 2015 as a Business Faculty member, leads several university-level diversity and inclusion efforts, including Miami's Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Certificate Program, and represents Miami on the Ohio Diversity Council. Prior to Miami, Carolyn spent over 20 years as a Business Executive and Diversity & Inclusion Leader, including at Procter & Gamble, where she was often sought after by Senior Leaders to serve as a diversity and inclusion subject matter expert in workplace and marketplace strategy. She has recommended organizational changes that have positively affected minority and female populations and inspired inclusive work and learning environments. As a result, Carolyn has received numerous awards and recognition in the areas of Diversity, Leadership, and Business, including P&G's "President's Club Top 10%". In 2020 she received the "Miami RedHawks Inclusive Excellence Award" and was the recipient of Miami University’s "Office of the President Institutional Excellence Award" for her leadership in diversity and inclusion on campus and in the field." In 2021, Carolyn was selected by Dean Chris Makaroff as the CAS 2021 Outstanding Advocate for First-Generation Students and honored by President Gregory Crawford with the Prodesse Quam Conspici Award ("to accomplish without being conspicuous"), inspired by Miami's seal and given to those who "embody servant leadership with great humility."