Diversity and equity are 2 of the core values espoused by the American Academy of Neurology (AAN). In upholding these values, the AAN is committed to “building and sustaining an inclusive organization that respects and values the diversity in [its] membership and the communities [it] serve[s].”1 This commitment extends to the Neurology® family of journals. Earlier this year, publication of a humanities piece in Neurology titled “Lucky and the Root Doctor” and the subsequent retraction of the piece brought to light the need for expertise in equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) to be housed in the journal itself. To accomplish this goal, 2 new positions were created on the editorial board of Neurology. As the inaugural Associate Editors for EDI, our goal in this editorial is to introduce ourselves to readers and to explain our role, objectives, and approach.