Tyronne Stoudemire is the Global Diversity, Inclusion Senior Operations Director at Aon Hewitt Associates, a $3 billion global human resources outsourcing and consulting firm which delivers a complete range of integrated services helping firms manage HR related services and improve the workforce. Propelled by his work ethic, emphasis on results and extensive professional network, Tyronne leverages his more than 20 years of professional experience to partner with various internal and external constituents to advance the work of Hewitt’s diversity strategy. He provides the overall firmwide diversity strategy to source and attract diverse talent across Hewitt’s global landscape. He also oversees strategic planning for national events. Tyronne partners with the CEO, VP of Human Resources and Chief Diversity Officer to drive the overall operation optimizing a comprehensive suite of diversity programs impacting 22,000 associates within 36 countries. This governance supports and empowers business resource focused groups and leadership forums and provides opportunities for meaningful dialogue between management and key multicultural talent. Additionally, Tyronne serves to further the Corporate Social Responsibility of Hewitt Associates through his service as a Board member of the Hewitt Cares Foundation.
Providing consulting for a number of Hewitt’s Fortune 500 and 100 clients, Tyronne manages a growing list of strategic partnerships with key partners such as: National Black MBA (NBMBAA), Black Data Processors Association (BDPA), National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR), National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA), Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE), Out & Equal, Diversity Best Practices (DBP), Working Mother Media, Menttium 100, American Institute for Managing Diversity (AIMD), League of Black Women, National Association of Asian Professionals (NAAP), Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA), Chicago Urban League, N'DIGO Foundation, Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA), CandidateFive, The Conference Board - Diversity Business Council, FraserNet, Chicago United, and Chief Diversity Officers Forum – with Bennett College.
Tyronne serves on the advisory board for: DBP, AIMD, The Conference Board - Diversity Business Council, the Advisory Council for the NBMBAA-Chicago chapter, and the Board of Trustees for the Music Institute of Chicago and the Congo Square Theater. He facilitates diversity dialogues including: NBMBAA National Conference Workshops – Creating Branding “You” and what’s the Matter with Them! Why Don’t They Get Me?; DBP’s Offshore Global Symposium - Sao Paulo, Brazil– Building a Global Workforce; Chicago United - Drivers of Organizational Change; AIMD - Pursuing the Promise of Diversity and Verging the Gap Between Academia and Corporate America; Chicago High Achievers - A-Level Round Table on Diversity; Chicago United - Drivers of Organizational Change; McGraw Hill - Beyond Recruitment: Cures for the Retention Crisis; and Working Mother Media National Conference – From the Mouths of Men: What it Takes to Put Women in the Corner Office.
The National Eagle Leadership Institute (NELI) honored Tyronne in 2007, with the National Golden Eagle Award; in 2008 with their newest honor the Peak Performance award. He is a featured, “Top Achiever” in FraserNet’s 2007-2008 Success Guide Worldwide; the Networking Guide to Black Resources. He received the Chicago-United Benefactor award and Chicago High Achievers’ Award for Advancement. Tyronne is featured in the 2006-2007 Edition’s of Who's Who in Black Chicago. The National Association of African American Human Resource Executives (NAAAHR) privileged Tyronne in 2008 for his relentless dedication to the industry with a Leadership appreciation award. He served on the planning committee for HACE’s 25th Anniversary Gala, The Music Institute of Chicago’s 2009 Gala; Soaring Stars, received the Monarch Award for outstanding African American Male 2007, the People’s Voice Award for Most Inspirational African American in Lake County 2007, and the Unsung Hero Award from the Apostolic Church of God in Chicago.