Sal Mendoza joins NBCUniversal as vice president/Diversity & Inclusion, a new position that reports to Craig Robinson, executive vice president/Chief Diversity Officer. Mendoza will oversee development of long-term strategies in the areas of workforce, community investment and management of the NBCUniversal employee resource groups. Mendoza moves over from Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, where he served in the same capacity…Dr. John B. Horrigan will head the Media and Technology Institute (part of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies), a hub for research on how minority Americans use media, broadband and other emerging communications technologies as avenues of advancement. Since October 2010, Horrigan has been vice president/Policy & Research at TechNet, and he served for nine years as associate director/Research at the Pew Internet & American Life Project. He recently worked with the Federal Communications Commission’s team that developed the National Broadband Plan, designing and conducting the FCC’s first national survey on broadband adoption and usage.