Magali Fassiotto, PhD, directs the development, implementation, and administration of programs in Stanford Medicine's Office of Faculty Development and Diversity which are geared toward the advancement, professional development, and diversity of Stanford Medicine faculty. In this role, she leads OFDD staff in advancing Stanford Medicine’s faculty development and diversity initiatives as well as the integration of diversity and inclusion initiatives across the Stanford Medicine enterprise. Dr. Fassiotto also leads and facilitates workshops for students, trainees, faculty, and staff on unconscious bias, effective mentorship, team building, leading inclusive teams, and building inclusive classrooms. She has published widely in the areas of faculty diversity, unconscious bias, professional development, and organizational identity.
Dr. Fassiotto's academic interests in the functioning of organizations and work teams have led to a career in organizational research and strategic program design. Prior to her role at Stanford Medicine, she worked as a researcher at the National Bureau of Economic Research, examining the impact of federal programs in affecting outcomes for underrepresented and socioeconomically diverse populations. She also worked as a consultant at Ernst & Young and Investor Group Services, where she provided strategic advice to businesses around the country. She completed her undergraduate degree in Economics at Harvard College and her PhD in Organizational Behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Current Role at Stanford
Director of Programs and Research
Stanford Medicine Office of Faculty Development and Diversity
Education & Certifications
PhD, Stanford Graduate School of Business (2013)
AB, Harvard University (2005)