Manager, Diversity and InclusionCompany: Target
Role: Session Presenter Session: Faith-based ERGs—Why Now? (S2-C)
Angie Molina is a manager of diversity and inclusion at Target, where she supports companywide diversity and inclusion efforts, helps drive Target’s D&I goals, and is a champion for an inclusive workplace. In her role, she oversees the company’s Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), including faith networks, and manages several of Target’s external D&I partnerships.
Angie began her career as an officer for Bank of America’s corporate social responsibility team. She supported the management of the bank’s philanthropic resources that aimed to address various community issues, such as workforce and community development, education, and healthcare. She then served as the development manager for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (HFH GLA), where she strengthened and increased corporate sponsorship and involvement, helping build safe and affordable housing for low-income families.
Angie was awarded a full scholarship to pursue her Master of Public Administration as a National Urban Fellow at Bernard Baruch School of Public Affairs and Administration in New York City. As part of her executive fellowship, she was also selected as the special assistant to the city manager at the City of Beverly Hills and worked closely with the marketing and economic development manager leading various citywide initiatives.
After obtaining her MPA, Angie worked as a market research consultant in Central and South America, working with local leaders and residents of low-income communities to evaluate pressing social-economic issues.
Angie is an inclusive leader and an advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion in and outside the workplace. Her career within the private, nonprofit, and public sectors has been focused on building and deepening partnerships that support an inclusive and equitable work environment, as well as social and economic issues.
Angie was born and raised in Medellin, Colombia, and moved to Los Angeles, Calif., in 2001 to pursue her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of California, Riverside.