Harry Weaver

​Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer Harry Weaver

 About Harry Weaver

​Harry Weaver III is the new Oakland County Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer.

Weaver brings a wealth of experience to the job with more than two decades working in the DEI space, at the Chippewa Valley School District in Clinton Township, as the Education Director and Certified Trainer at the Anti-Defamation League, Michigan Region for 16 years and as an independent DEI consultant.

With support from the Board of Commissioners, Coulter made creating this position a top priority in 2019 to provide vision and leadership in the development of new programs that advance the county's efforts toward inclusive excellence.

Weaver has developed anti-bias programming and training for corporations, communities, school districts, businesses and law enforcement agencies, helping to create an outstanding model that will translate seamlessly to Oakland County. In the new position, he also will take over as leader of the county's Equity Council.

As a person who uses a wheelchair, Weaver also brings a unique perspective to the job that will benefit both employees and visitors to the county campus.

Weaver received a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and lives in Canton with his wife and two children.