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Highlights from the 2023 Eradicate Hate Global Summit: Media | Video

Dina Clark

Dina Clark

Senior Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion, Skanska USA

Eradicate Hate:
2021, 2022

Dina Clark is Senior Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion for Skanska USA Building. As a member of the senior leadership team, Dina spearheads the development and implementation of diversity strategies and engagement efforts and works with the operational teams and professional service groups to foster an inclusive culture that celebrates differences and drives for greater diversity in the workforce.

Prior to her current role, Dina served as the Head of Diversity & Inclusion – North America at Covestro, as Senior Director of Equity & Advocacy with the YWCA Greater Pittsburgh and as the first Executive Director of the Western Pennsylvania Diversity Initiative (WPDI). Dina also has served as Regional Education Project Director for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), covering Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, Kentucky and West Virginia. At the ADL she worked to provide educational resources and anti-bias training for school administrators, colleges, universities, community based organizations, and corporations across all four states. Dina has also worked as a diversity/anti-bias trainer for the ADL. She also completed the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Citizen’s Academy, served as a board member of the FBI Citizen’s Academy for six years, and is currently a member of the FBI Greater Pittsburgh’s Civil Rights Working Group. Dina has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology/Child & Family Studies from Syracuse University, a Master’s Degree from Duquesne University, with a focus on global leadership, and is currently working on her Doctorate in Education at Point Park University, with a focus on leadership and administration.


The Summit offers a unique opportunity to confront the corrosive influence of bigotry and hatred in our society. In order for us to address these challenges, we first must acknowledge their painful and destructive impact in our communities and in our country. I am grateful to serve as a Global Advisor to this timely and powerful initiative.

Tom Ridge
Tom Ridge Chairman, Ridge Global