Damien Hooper-Campbell (December 2020-Present)

Damien Hooper-Campbell is the first Chief Diversity Officer at Zoom Video Communications,  Inc. In this capacity, Damien leads the design and implementation of Zoom’s global diversity,  equity and inclusion strategy with a focus on its current and future employees and customers, its  products and its communities. He is also responsible for establishing Zoom’s University  Recruiting program and initiatives and is a board member for Zoom’s philanthropic program,  Zoom Cares.  

Prior to joining Zoom, Damien was a Vice President at eBay where he served as the company’s  first Chief Diversity Officer for four years. While at eBay, he led the design and implementation  of eBay’s global strategy for embedding diversity, equity and inclusion across its workforce,  workplace, and marketplace. He also had responsibility for eBay’s University Recruiting &  Programs team and was a member of the eBay Foundation’s Board of Directors. 

Before eBay, Damien served as Uber’s first Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, where he  drove the company’s foundational diversity and inclusion strategy and led its community  engagement efforts with the City of Oakland, CA. Prior to Uber, he advised Google’s senior  leaders and built partnerships across communities as a Diversity Strategist. Prior to Google,  Damien was a Vice President in Goldman Sachs’ Pine Street Leadership Development Group,  where he coached the company’s most senior leaders on leadership and management best  practices. Before Goldman, he led underrepresented minority outreach for Harvard Business  School’s Admissions Board and empowered Harlem’s non-profit community as an Associate  Program Manager at the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation  (UMEZ). Prior to UMEZ, Damien was an Investment Banking Analyst in Morgan Stanley’s  Consumer Products and Retail Group. 

Damien serves on the board of Supernova Partners Acquisition Company, Inc. He is also a  member of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science Dean’s Advisory Board  and the Steve Fund’s Crisis Response Task Force. Previously, Damien served on the Board of  New Jersey Needs You and as a mentor in Morehouse College’s Executive Mentorship  Program. His thought leadership on “Humanizing Diversity & Inclusion” has been featured in the  Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Fortune, Forbes, Fast Company, TIME, TechCrunch and  The Globe and Mail. 

Damien graduated with a BA in Economics from Morehouse College and an MBA from Harvard  Business School, where he was both a Bert King and Morgan Stanley Fellow.