OnBoard Announces New Leadership

OnBoard, celebrating its 30th Anniversary, appoints Rachel Perry, Aon, as Chair of the Board of Directors and welcomes Jerrell Moore, Google, to the Board.

Online PR News – 20-April-2022 – Atlanta, GA – OnBoard, celebrating 30 years of advocating for women on corporate boards, is pleased to announce Rachel Perry, Atlanta Market Leader, Aon, as the Chair of its Board of Directors. Perry follows two outstanding years completed during Immediate Past Chair Kelly Gay’s term and leads the organization as it marks its 30th Anniversary, notably with the publication of the 30th Annual Study surveying women on Georgia corporate boards.

“Kelly Gay has set the example of leadership and commitment to OnBoard as our Chair during her tenure. We have a great year ahead of us, and I am humbly honored to be OnBoard’s next Chairwoman,” Perry wrote in a letter to the Board.

Perry is the Atlanta Market Leader for global professional services firm Aon, focused on commercial risk, health and wealth solutions. She brings over 25 years of experience in commercial casualty risk, P&L management, strategy, sales, and operations, and is a proven change leader and key contributor to talent recruitment and development. An Alumni Board member at the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business, Perry earned a BBA in risk management and insurance from the University of Georgia and her MBA from the Coles Business School at Kennesaw State University.

OnBoard also celebrates a new addition to its Board of Directors: Jerrell Moore, JD, MHR, Head of Global Inclusion at Google.

Moore is responsible for leading Google’s internal community partnerships, deepening a sense of inclusion and belonging within the company, and spearheading diversity culture efforts. Before joining Google, Moore created and led an integrated, global diversity and inclusion strategy at Fortune 500 Assurant. He was also founder and CEO of Denmark Madison Consulting and held executive Diversity and Inclusion roles at Fortune 100 Charter Spectrum and Burger King. On two occasions (2013 and 2016), Moore has been invited to the White House as a contributor to the Disability Inclusive Technology Summit hosted by the White House and the Department of Labor and the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans.

“Jerrell Moore will be a thoughtful and engaged partner for the current, talented members of the Board,” OnBoard director Kathy Waller remarked. “Given his knowledge and skills in DEI, he understands the importance of OnBoard’s work and has demonstrated his commitment to ensuring opportunities for everyone, especially those who are underrepresented.”

About OnBoard: OnBoard (http://www.onboardnow.org) was founded in 1993 with the initial focus of increasing the number of women on corporate boards of both public and private companies. It is now the leading authority on women in the boardrooms and in executive leadership of Georgia Public Companies.