(Bloomberg) — American International Group Inc. has lost four senior Black managers in recent weeks, including two who were tasked with improving the diversity of the insurer’s ranks.
Global inclusion head Vievette Henry and Walter Hurdle, who had previously run diversity efforts and was overseeing early-career recruiting, are leaving the insurer, according to people with knowledge of the departures. Christina Lucas, a senior vice president who worked on AIG’s global claims performance, is also leaving, two of the people said. Ed Dandridge, who oversaw marketing and communications for AIG’s general insurance business, recently left to become the top spokesman for Boeing Co.
“I was informed that my role was eliminated,” Hurdle said in a phone call. “And that’s all I have to say.” The three others didn’t respond to messages or declined to comment on their departures.
An AIG spokesperson declined to comment on the departures. She pointed