Gayatri Agnew, Advisory Board, is the Senior Director and Head of Accessibility Center of Excellence at Walmart. Prior to assuming her current role she served for four years as the Senior Director-Opportunity for Walmart.org.
Agnew is a leader in corporate and social impact strategy looking at human capital trends and the future of work. She serves on the leadership team of Walmart’s Global Responsibility division where she leads strategy and partnerships for Walmart’s efforts on economic mobility, specifically a shared value approach to human capital, partnerships and philanthropy focused on key issues such as employer practices change, improving work-based learning and strengthening inclusion in communities.
Agnew is a lifelong advocate for women both in civic and corporate life. She is the founder and co-lead for the Walmart Career Moms group, an informal affinity group formed to create more community for mothers in the corporate America. Agnew is also the Founder of Mother’s Monday. She currently serves on the Board for the Vote Mama Foundation and Path Forward and is a former trustee of the Seattle Community Colleges and a former board member of the Center for Women and Democracy.
Gayatri Agnew is a proud community college alum, having attended Foothill-De Anza Community College before transferring to Seattle University. She holds both a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master of Business Administration from Seattle University.