Dianne Greene is Verisk’s head of Inclusion, Diversity & Belonging (ID&B). She works with the company’s ID&B Leadership Council, business and function leaders, and colleagues across the enterprise to ensure Verisk lives up to the highest standards for an inclusive culture.
She joined Verisk from ADP, where she advanced through leadership positions in every company business unit over 15 years. As vice president of diversity & inclusion, strategy and operations, Dianne developed the global five-year diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) strategy for ADP and its 60,000 employees.
Before joining ADP, she was first vice president of global stock plan services at Smith Barney, where she was responsible for the global stock plan services client service and operations platform. At Merrill Lynch, she led service and operations in global wealth management for the U.S. mass-affluent market.
Dianne has been listed among Comparably.com’s 50 Impactful Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leaders Driving Change in 2021 and was on the Inside Business Power List for 2018, 2019, and 2020. While at ADP, she was awarded International Women’s Network Role Model Leader (2021), 2020 Corporate Volunteer Excellence Award, and 2018 Working Mother of the Year.
She holds an MBA in management from Howard University and a BS in economics and finance from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Dianne serves on the board of the Sharron Miller Academy for the Performing Arts and has served on the boards of The Chrysler Museum, Greater Norfolk Corporation, Hampton Roads Chamber, Norfolk State University School of Business Advisory Board, and Mountainside Hospital.