Sandra Altiné is the Managing Director of Global Diversity and
Inclusion at Moody’s. She joined the firm in June 2011. As a
member of the HR Leadership Team, she is responsible for advancing
Moody’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, including setting the
global strategy for the firm and partnering with business leaders to
implement strategic initiatives to attract, retain, and promote a
diverse workforce. Under Sandra’s leadership, Moody’s was recognized
for the sixth consecutive year as one of the Human Rights Campaign’s
Best Companies for LGBT Equality and, for the second year, was named
one of the Working Mother 100 Best Companies. Sandra also launched
Moody’s partnership with Historically Black Colleges and Universities,
which have yielded internships and full-time opportunities for
students of color.
Sandra has over fifteen years of diversity and human resources-related experience and is a frequent speaker on emerging diversity and inclusion strategies. Prior to Moody’s, she was the Chief Operating Officer and Senior Consultant at The Future Work Institute, a global diversity and inclusion consultancy. She began her career at J.P. Morgan Chase in Global Trade Operations, and later held a variety of HR leadership positions. She was a key architect of the firm’s diversity agenda and ensured that diversity was linked to HR processes. Her roles included Leadership Development Manager overseeing management curriculum design and delivery for the U.S., Europe and Latin America and HR Change Management Practice Lead.
Sandra is a board member of Coro NY and a member of the Executive Leadership Council (ELC). In 2015, she was inducted in the 1804 Haitian-American Roundtable. She holds a M.S. in Organizational Development from Fordham University and a B.A. in International Relations from Long Island University.
Sandra is the mother to two teen-age daughters, Natalie and Lexi and they reside in Long Island, NY.