Becoming a chief diversity officer at a major corporation or a law firm requires more than just a passion for equality and coming up with diversity and inclusion policies, a panel at the Minority Corporate Counsel Association’s 2019 Creating Pathways to Diversity Conference in New York said Monday.

Peter Wilson Jr., now diversity and inclusion officer at Proskauer Rose in New York, said when he was first put in charge of diversity and inclusion at another firm, he did not foresee he would have to become so involved with the associates.

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