Living Our Values: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at The Diversity Movement
At The Diversity Movement, we are committed to improving our communities and the world. As part of that commitment, we hold ourselves accountable for living the values and practicing the actions that we recommend and teach to our clients. We know that diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is key to unlocking not only better business outcomes but better personal outcomes as well. We aim to create a culture of belonging and mutual respect where all employees can thrive.
At The Diversity Movement:
Diversity means all the ways that individuals are different from each other, including cultural background, ethnicity, national origin, age, race, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, education history, employment history, disability, socioeconomic origin, veteran status, criminal record, family structure, and more.
Equity means providing proportional opportunities, resources, and representation by preventing the formation of unfair barriers and dismantling existing systems that perpetuate social inequality.
Inclusion means creating a culture and environment where each person knows they are respected, welcomed, and encouraged to contribute their unique perspectives and their best work, consistently.
Accessibility is part of our commitment to DEI. Job applicants, employees, clients, and visitors with disabilities are encouraged to request any accommodations needed to comfortably navigate our office space and digital assets. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance.
We believe DEI enables us to be the best partners, educators, innovators, consultants, and thought leaders we can be. By leveraging diversity, equity, and inclusion as tools for success, we work as advocates for underrepresented and marginalized people in the workplace and our communities, reducing disparities and improving outcomes through volunteerism, mentorship, supplier diversity, intentional investment, campaigning for political action, and many other forms of active allyship.