Center for Science in the Public Interest Welcomes New Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
We are thrilled to share that the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) named Kirby Page as their new Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Following a comprehensive search led by Good Insight, Page was chosen as the clear choice to assist the organization’s mission toward fighting for a safer, more equitable food system.
As a Texas native now living in DC, Page’s commitment to diversity and equity help to cultivate safe and inclusive environments needed for those most marginalized to thrive. Her background in social justice and health advocacy will assist CSPI’s 50-year legacy as America’s food industry watchdog and public health champion. In this newly created position, Page will provide strategic expertise on how to embed the organization’s equity commitment into its culture, programs, and policies.
About Kirby Page
Kirby Page brings in-depth knowledge in implementing social justice, advocacy, and DEI framework within organizations. With her background in project management, group facilitation, and global health, Page will support CSPI’s commitment to advancing health equity and racial justice by developing strategies to ensure DEI initiatives align with CSPI’s core values and mission.
Page’s past work includes working for Partners in Health, a nonprofit global health organization that fights inequality by providing modern medical science to the world’s most vulnerable communities. While there, she served first as a Development Coordinator, then as an Associate for Global Policy and Partnerships, and most recently as the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Manager. In these roles, she executed fundraising campaigns, coordinated advocacy, and clinical priorities, improved operations, and advanced DEI through the implementation of more equitable hiring and organizational practices. In addition, she has volunteered in multiple capacities with Habitat for Humanity International which included being a speaker, leading workshops on youth engagement, as well as being a member of the advocacy council on the US division.
Page earned her BA in Political Science and Government, International Relations from Boston University where her start in DEI began as the Student Diversity Board Coordinator for the Admissions department. She also holds a certificate in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the workplace from USF Corporate Training and Professional Education.
CSPI envisions a healthy population with reduced impact and burden of preventable diseases and an equitable food system that makes healthy, sustainable food accessible to all. CSPI values independence, scientific rigor, and transparency. Founded in 1971,CSPI is an independent, science-based consumer advocacy organization with an impressive record of accomplishments and a clear and ambitious agenda for improving the food system to support healthy eating.
About Good Insight
With a mission to connect good causes to great leaders, Good Insight is an executive search firm and governance consultancy serving the social sector. They plan leadership transitions, recruit talented senior executives, and strengthen boards of directors. Good Insight focuses on leadership searches for small and mid-sized nonprofits with a nationwide reach. To learn more, visit www.good-insight.org.