Clorox Appoints Shanique Bonelli-Moore as its Chief Diversity and Social Impact Officer

Clorox announced the appointment of Shanique Bonelli-Moore as its Chief Diversity and Social Impact Officer. In this role, she leads all inclusion, diversity, equity and allyship (IDEA) initiatives. She also guides the strategy and execution of The Clorox Company Foundation’s charitable giving and employee community engagement programs.

Shanique brings years of experience working in the diversity and inclusion space, driving many significant, industry leading decisions pushing changes in wage investments, designing global DE&I learning and development programs, and more.

Bonelli-Moore joined Clorox from United Talent Agency, where she served as executive director of inclusion. In this role she spearheaded the company’s efforts to model inclusion across the entertainment industry. She joined UTA in 2018 to lead internal communications before she was tapped to spearhead their inclusion efforts. In her role, she helped guide UTA’s early efforts to build a thriving diversity and inclusion program and helped advance the creation of the department she went on to direct.

Before UTA, Bonelli-Moore held positions at BuzzFeed, Anheuser-Busch InBev, NBCUniversal and GE, where she focused on corporate communications, diversity, inclusion and belonging. She is a business- and growth-oriented leader who is committed to uniting employees, bridging interests and identities, fostering career development and enhancing global community building. She is also the founder of Girlfriends Retreat, a lifestyle brand and community that centers women while celebrating the transformative power of friendships.

Bonelli-Moore earned an M.S. degree in strategic communications from Columbia University and holds a B.S. degree in public relations from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication at Syracuse University, where she currently serves as an adjunct professor of diversity, inclusion and leadership in communications.