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Tomás Leal, MS - Fielding Graduate University. Philadelphia, PA, US

Tomás Leal, MS Tomás Leal, MS

Chief Diversity Officer | Fielding Graduate University

Philadelphia, PA, UNITED STATES

Experienced change strategist and diversity, equity and inclusion practitioner and consultant


Tomás Leal is an experienced change strategist and a diversity, equity and inclusion practitioner and consultant. He has worked across organizations to develop and execute global strategies and training that support workforce initiatives resulting in inclusive, high performing and innovative work environments. His focus is on diverse global talent management, D&I coaching, learning and training, inclusion strategies, inclusive leadership, gender equity, and cross cultural competency building. Most recently he was Senior Director and Global Inclusion Strategy Lead for Research & Development at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). Tomás has held diversity and inclusion roles based in the U.S. and the U.K. with Amoco, Royal Dutch Shell, British Petroleum, ITT Corporation, Microsoft, and GlaxoSmithKline. He has developed and delivered learning and development training programs, specifically in unconscious bias, inclusive leadership, race and racism, sexual orientation, trans, and gender differences. He has spent 19 years in university administration at several U.S. universities including Southern Methodist University, University of Delaware, and the University of Pennsylvania. Tomás has degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and Indiana University-Bloomington. He has also completed the Diversity Management Certification from National Training Laboratories (NTL) and NTL’s master class, Inclusion & Diversity: Moving to the Next Level of Impact. Tomás was formerly a Public Trustee for the Fielding Graduate University. He is fluent in Spanish and English.

Industry Expertise (2)

Human Resources

Corporate Leadership

Areas of Expertise (2)

Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace

Education (2)

Indiana University Bloomington: MS, College Student Personnel Administration 1977

University of Texas at Austin: BA, History 1975