Aimee D. Peoples is Vice President for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Anti-Racism (DEIA) at the National Partnership for Women & families. As the first person to hold this role, Aimee’s work is focused on taking intentional and significant steps to transform the National Partnership to live our values both internally and externally, operationalizing strategic initiatives, and confronting and disrupting bias in all of its forms.
An unapologetic DEIA agent of change and “good troublemaker”, Aimee brings over 15 years of knowledge and experience advocating for and creating positive change in workplaces. An experienced employment attorney and advisor, Aimee is also a trained mediator, workplace investigator, and labor negotiator. Aimee is a transformational leader with a proven history of using equity-driven design thinking to solve specific problems and using policies to cultivate a culture of accountability, equity, and inclusion.
Aimee is a proud graduate of Howard University (B.A.) and also earned her J.D. from Columbia Law School. In addition to her passions around DEIA, Aimee has been recognized for her commitment to community service and is an active volunteer in the DC area. She currently serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors for Critical Exposure.