Fenimore Fisher is the chief diversity & inclusion officer at DLA Piper.

Previously, Fenimore served as vice provost and chief diversity officer at Johns Hopkins University. In this role, he lead diversity and inclusion initiatives for the university; served as the primary steward of the Roadmap on Diversity and Inclusion, which described the university's diversity-related priorities and commitments; set up a framework for coordination and collaboration of school-level diversity and inclusion activities; and served as ex-officio co-chair of Johns Hopkins' Diversity Leadership Council.

Before joining Johns Hopkins, Fenimore worked for the City of New York, leading the design and implementation of strategies to position the city as a global leader in innovative and inclusive workplace practices. He provided guidance and measurement to more than 80 mayoral and non-mayoral agencies with a focus on aligning agency operations with the city's key diversity and inclusion performance indicators to enhance the work experience of more than 300,000 employees.

Fenimore also served as vice president of diversity and employment analysis for Walmart as well as the executive director of the Rainbow/PUSH – Wall Street Project. He is an advisory board member of the National Multicultural Women's Conference, an affiliate of Working Mother Media, a past member of the National Leadership Council for the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), and a past member of the Corporate Advisory council for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF). He is the recipient of numerous diversity and inclusion awards, including the Collaborative Leadership Interagency Award from the New York City Police Department and the Multicultural Leadership Award from the National Diversity Council.

 

Fenimore is not a lawyer.