Marlon Moore SVP and CD&IO The Huntington National Bank Headquarters: Columbus, Ohio Business: Financial Services CEO: Stephen D. Steinour Website: www.huntington.com SVP AND CD&IO... Marlon Moore – The Huntington National Bank

Marlon Moore

Marlon Moore
SVP and CD&IO

The Huntington National Bank
Headquarters: Columbus, Ohio
Business: Financial Services
CEO: Stephen D. Steinour
Website: www.huntington.com

SVP AND CD&IO MARLON MOORE Shares His D&I Views

“At Huntington, we hold tight to the most important thing: people. It’s why we’re in business. It’s how we do business. And that means including everyone— people from every community, with unique talents, bright ideas and different points of view.”

Opportunities for Impact

“We know that the demographics and needs of our society are changing like never before. As a company that understands the power of inclusion, we’ve made significant efforts to embrace our colleagues, partners, and of course, the communities in which we live and work.

“Huntington continues to make progress in hiring and promoting women, ethnic minorities, veterans, and those with disabilities. Business resources groups and inclusion councils bring about positive change within the organization.

“Huntington is working to engage diverse suppliers and expand relationships with minority-, women-, LGBT-, disabled-, and veteran-owned business enterprises. As the supplier base becomes more inclusive, the Bank gains a better understanding of the needs of the marketplace. Working together, Huntington and its suppliers can contribute to economic development, job creation, and stronger communities.”

D&I Wins in 2017

“This year, Huntington has been successful in increasing workforce diversity in both mid- and senior-level positions.

“Ten Huntington business resource groups (BRGs), colleague-driven groups organized around a shared interest or common diversity dimension, support the Bank’s commitment to fostering an inclusive and engaging work environment. Through innovative thinking regarding disability inclusion, military-friendly practices, LGBTfriendly policies, and other initiatives that help support an inclusive culture and serve a diverse workforce, the BRGs have helped shape D&I policy.”

Looking Ahead to 2018

“In the coming year, Huntington will work to improve workforce, workplace, and supplier diversity, as well as community engagement. These efforts will be led and supported by C-Suite leaders who serve on the Bank’s Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Council.”