As the Vice Provost at Emory University, Lynell Cadray provides leadership for issues related to diversity, equity and inclusion, EO/AA Compliance Officers, Investigators, ADA Compliance Officers, Title IX, Faculty and Senior Administrative Diversity and Affirmative Action Guidelines. She monitors the university-wide compliance on these issues and recommends corrective measures to ensure compliance. Cadray works directly with the Faculty Committee on Excellence and Diversity in support of university goals and, training related to the Search and Hiring Process for a diverse faculty and senior administrators. She analyzes data related to campus climate, diversity, sexual harassment, and ADA. She develops educational programs to address issues of equity and compliance. She constructs policies and procedures for matters involving affirmative action, ADA, Title IX, grievances, and discrimination, Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act, Civil Rights, and social justice issues. She also addresses the discrimination and harassment complaints of Emory’s faculty, staff, students, third parties; and creates strategies to address these concerns. Cadray collaborates with the President of Emory University, the Office of the Provost and other senior leadership on all issues related to equity and inclusion. She serves on university wide committees and participates in initiatives on Equity, Inclusion, Diversity and Social Justice. She has over thirty years of diversity experience in higher education and prior to her appointment in the Office of the Provost in 2014, she served as the inaugural Chief Diversity Officer for Emory University’s Schools of Law and Nursing. In 2014, Cadray received the Award for Distinction at Emory University and she was awarded the 2016 Distinguished Leadership Award for Women of Excellence at Emory University, sponsored by the Center for Women at Emory. Cadray has become a leading group facilitator on Unconscious Bias/Implicit Associations. She leads a group of 15 University Facilitators in these efforts. In 2016, Cadray presented this training in partnership with the White House Staff on Science and Technology under the Obama Administration and conducts trainings throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area.