Rosalyn Taylor O'Neale

Rosalyn Taylor O'Neale

Principal Consultant

Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale has more than 30 years of experience leading learning-based interventions in over 48 countries across 5 continents. She provides transformative consultation to organizations and leaders across industries including finance, manufacturing, technology, education, and healthcare.

As a Principal Consultant at Cook Ross, Rosalyn designs global diversity and inclusion strategic initiatives and leads workshops, seminars, and leadership development programs. She is experienced in providing executive coaching, team development, and cultural change management programs for multi-national and Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions.

From 2008 to 2012, Rosalyn served as vice president and chief diversity and inclusion officer at the Campbell Soup Company. She was instrumental to Campbell winning the 2010 Catalyst Award and led their international diversity and inclusion business efforts in North America, Australia, and Europe. Prior to working with the Campbell Soup Company, Rosalyn was the executive vice president of diversity initiatives for MTV Network where she established executive networks, four Global Diversity Councils, and the Executive Development Program.

Rosalyn specializes in diversity and inclusion program design, trans- and cross-cultural competency assessment and education, and diverse team and group process development. She is skilled in facilitating courageous conversations about race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity. She lends her expertise and thought leadership to non-profits, educational institutions, foundations, and public sector organizations.

Rosalyn received a Master of Social Work from University of Louisville. Her work has been featured in the ABA Forum and Diversity Journal. She has been quoted in Black Enterprise Magazine, Cable World Magazine, and Harvard Business Review. She was named one of the Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America, Top Executives in Diversity, 100 Top Executives in America, and 100 most influential LGBT people of the year.