Raymond J. Arroyo

Raymond’s extensive background includes 25 years of experience with Fortune 100 companies as a senior executive in both human resources and general business, and as a board director for several nonprofit organizations. Raymond, a former Aetna chief diversity officer reporting to the CEO, was selected two years in a row by Hispanic Business magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics. During his tenure, Aetna achieved a Top 19 company for diversity rating, a marked improvement from its previous altogether exclusion from the list. Urban Professional magazine has recognized him as one of the 100 Top Executives in Corporate America, and he was also featured in cover story in Diversity Executive magazine.

Raymond’s volunteerism speaks for itself. He currently serves as Officer of the Board of Trustees of the Wheeler Clinic, a member of the Board of Directors of the National Hispanic Medical Association, and a Senior Fellow of Plaza Institute as well as a member of its Global Enterprise Studies program. Raymond also holds an important connection to the USHCC, as he currently holds a seat as a Board Member.

Raymond earned B.S. and M.S. degrees from New York University and a governance certificate from Harvard University.