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Arlene Isaacs-Lowe

Arlene is a member of Moody’s CSR Council comprised of the firms most senior executives.  She champions non-profit partnerships which support the growth and success of women and BAME entrepreneurs; and those that provide diverse students with tools and opportunities to thrive in financial services careers.  She puts forward Moody’s executives for the boards of these organizations for the dual purpose of strengthening advocacy for marginalized communities and effective reverse mentoring of senior leaders.  Arlene is an Executive Member of Moody’s Employee Resource Groups and serves as a role model and sponsor for high potential women and Black employees providing access with an open-door policy.  With the Executive Leadership Council, Arlene is Co-Chair of the International Presence Committee, charged with expanding the membership of global Black executives and growing the pipeline of Black talent. She is also a steering committee member of the Black Scholars Initiative, focused on ensuring the successful completion of university degrees.

Arlene Isaacs-Lowe

Appointed to the newly created role of global head of CSR, Arlene developed a global strategy that aligns with Moody’s businesses and promotes diversity and inclusion externally.  Moody’s CSR strategy seeks to empower people, particularly women and BAME entrepreneurs and  students, with the knowledge, resources and confidence they need to create a better future — for themselves, their communities and the environment. Arlene works in partnership with D&I to advance a diverse talent pipeline by advocating for leadership development opportunities for Moody’s BAME employees. She regularly mentors BAME professionals at varying levels and stages of their careers. She is a frequent speaker for multicultural and women’s ERGs around the world, sharing her career journey and advice. Arlene chairs the Executive Leadership Council’s International Presence Committee, whose mandate is to promote the brand in the UK by identifying potential members who demonstrate the organization’s commitment to building and supporting a pipeline of Black talent poised for business leadership. She serves as the vice chair for the Board of Visitors for Howard University’s Business School, one of the top Historically Black College and Universities. She has been featured in numerous lists including Savoy’s 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America, and Black Enterprise’s 100 Most Powerful Women in Business.

Arlene Isaacs-Lowe

Appointed to the newly created role of Global Head of CSR, Arlene developed a global strategy that aligns with Moody’s businesses and promotes diversity and inclusion externally.  Moody’s CSR strategy seeks to economically empower women and BAME entrepreneurs; and support BAME and female students by creating pathways for them to explore careers in finance, technology and economics.  Arlene works in partnership with D&I to advance a diverse talent pipeline by advocating for leadership development opportunities for Moody’s BAME employees. She regularly mentors BAME professionals at varying levels and stages of their careers. She is a frequent speaker for Multicultural and Women’s ERGs around the world, sharing her career journey and advice.  Arlene is a Board member of the Executive Leadership Council, and chairs the Global Expansion Committee which supports the advancement of Black professionals in the US and Europe. She is on the Board of Howard University’s Business School with other prominent senior executives. She has been featured in numerous lists including Savoy’s 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America, and Black Enterprise’s 100 Most Powerful Women in Business.