Joslyn Chulski is a Program Manager for Dow, in Midland, Michigan. She began her legal career in 2000 as an administrative assistant in the Intellectual Property (IP) group and has served in various roles across the legal department including litigation paralegal for IP and complex litigation, discovery project management, and most recently as an analyst and project manager in legal business operations. Today, her responsibilities span knowledge management, learning, development, and change management for the department. Joslyn also serves as the department’s inclusion champion and recently added responsibility for legal external provider diversity.
Joslyn has a passion for belonging, diversity, inclusion, equity, and wellbeing. She is a steering team member with the Michigan chapter of Dow’s Woman’s Innovation Network employee resource group. In the community, she is a founding member of The Visibility Project—a regional diversity-focused podcast aimed at driving awareness of unseen and unheard populations in the community, Vice President of the board for Safe and Sound—Midland’s only child abuse and neglect organization, and a member of the Midland wellbeing taskforce—completing her capstone in the Certificate for Creating Wellbeing this winter.
Joslyn holds a Bachelors of Business Administration in Management and a Masters of Organizational Leadership from Northwood University and a Paralegal Certificate from the American Institute of Paralegal Studies.
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Driving Change – A Diversity & Inclusion Roundtable Discussion - See full agenda for details.