Dr. Conrado Marion-Landais leads a team within Georgia Power responsible for enhancing the company’s ability to understand, manage, and benefit from, the challenges and opportunities associated with the demographic and cultural diversity within its workforce and the communities it serves.
Dr. Marion-Landais has over 25 years of human resources experience in a variety of areas, including employee relations, international HR, leadership and organizational effectiveness, and HR technology. Before joining Georgia Power/Southern Company, he worked in HR at Exxon Company International and AT&T.
Conrado serves as the founding chair of Disability:IN Greater Atlanta, a newly created affiliate of Disability:IN (formerly USBLN). The organization provides members with opportunities to engage within a trusted network and learn from each other as well as from experienced, knowledgeable sources on how to advance inclusion of people with disabilities. He was appointed by Governor Nathan Deal to the Employment First Council of Georgia.
He also serves the leadership board of the Atlanta Diversity Management Advocacy Group (ADMAG), is a member of the Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atlanta’s advisory council, and recently served on the Atlanta affiliate of Out & Equal Workplace Advocates. He was a founding member of Georgia Power's Hispanic/Latino employee resource group (Amigos).
He is a graduate of Leadership DeKalb and American Institute for Managing Diversity’s (AIMD) Diversity Leadership Academy Program and he earned a bachelor’s degree in applied psychology from Georgia Tech and a Ph.D. in industrial and organizational psychology from the University of South Florida.