Stacey A. Gordon

HCI Diversity & Inclusion Partner

Stacey A. Gordon is CEO of Rework Work which provides a 360-degree view to reworking what doesn't work about work. As a diversity consultant with recruiting expertise, she is at the helm of an organization focused on changing the way companies recruit, hire and engage women and professionals of color. Frustrated with hearing that companies don’t have the resources or are unable to identify skilled diverse professionals, Stacey combined her diversity & inclusion knowledge with her recruiting expertise to create education workshops, leadership development and provide other resources to help companies with their ‘pipeline’ problem.

Stacey is a member of Forbes Coaching Council, Advisory Board Member and mentor to UCLA Extension Coding Bootcamp and has established Rework Work as a corporate training partner for conferences across the United States. She was recognized by Pepperdine University as a Top 40 Over 40 Leader, was a finalist for Los Angeles Business Journal’s Women Helping Women Award and was recognized by Forbes as a Top 3 Business Leader Who Spoke Out About Diversity & Inclusion in 2017. 

With an MBA from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business & Management, Stacey is an Adjunct Professor teaching Diversity in Organizations at Phillips Graduate University, the former President of the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources and manages programs for Professionals In Human Resources Association, the largest SHRM affiliate in the country. She is the author of a book titled The Successful Interview: 99 Questions to Ask and Answer (and Some You Shouldn't) and three LinkedIn e-learning courses titled Recruiting for Diversity, Awareness of Unconscious Bias and Writing a Resume, which have been viewed more than 500,000 times. As a consultant and career strategist, Stacey has written career and diversity related articles and provided content for Essence, Black MBA Magazine, Forbes.com, Monster.com and several career related blogs. She has also been invited by Fox Business as a career segment guest.