Chief Diversity Officer
Damien Hooper-Campbell is eBay’s first Chief Diversity Officer and has deep expertise as an agent of change within the technology and finance industries, non-profit sector and academia. He is responsible for leading the design and implementation of eBay’s strategy for embedding diversity and inclusion across its global workforce, workplace and marketplace. He also leads eBay’s University Recruiting & Programs team to ensure that diversity and inclusion are inherent to eBay’s recruiting strategy. Prior to eBay, Damien served as Uber’s first Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, where he helped set the company’s foundational Diversity and Inclusion strategy and led its community engagement efforts with the City of Oakland, CA. Before that, he advised Google’s senior leaders and built partnerships within the Black community as a Diversity Strategist in the company’s Diversity team. Prior to Google, Damien served as Vice President in Goldman Sachs’ Leadership Development Group, where he coached Goldman Sachs’ senior leaders. Previously, he led underrepresented minority outreach for Harvard Business School’s Admissions Board and empowered Harlem's non-profit community as an Associate Program Manager at the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation (UMEZ). He also completed the Investment Banking Analyst Program at Morgan Stanley. Damien has served on the Board of New Jersey Needs You and as a mentor in Morehouse College’s Executive Mentorship Program. He was selected for the California Diversity Council’s 2017 Leadership Excellence Award, the Network Journal’s 2017 40 Under Forty Achievers Award and Ebony Magazine’s 2016 Power 100 List, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, TechCrunch and The Globe and Mail. Damien graduated with a B.A in economics from Morehouse College and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, where he was both a Bert King and Morgan Stanley Fellow.