The National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE) is the preeminent voice for chief diversity officers. It leads the national and international conversation on diversity, equity, and inclusion in postsecondary education. Ultimately, it investigates, influences, and innovates to transform higher education so inclusive excellence thrives at the core of each institution worldwide.
NADOHE is a membership organization designed for diversity professionals and institutions of higher education to become equipped with the necessary tools and mindsets to advance equity and dismantle systemic oppression. Through its signature Standards of Professional Practice, Chief Diversity Officer Fellows Program, Anti-Racism Framework, and Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, it provides diversity professionals with the resources to be successful in their roles and within their campus communities. The Association supports its members to navigate the shifts in the legal landscape, understand the increasing emphasis on equity, and embrace the ever-present value of belonging for students, faculty, and staff.
Members have access to exclusive professional development and networking opportunities that are relevant to their personal and professional growth. In recent years, the organization’s membership has grown significantly, providing increased opportunities for members to gain access to the latest research, develop strategic diversity initiatives, and influence national public policy.
With more than 2,200 members and growing, NADOHE members are part of a community of leaders who are committed to inclusive excellence.