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We, together, will make a difference.

Because we have a choice. And we choose to make diversity part of everything we do

Decidedly Diverse is Pride Global's comprehensive DEI initiative.

It encompasses three pillars and inspires all our offerings.

  • Workforce

  • Workplace

  • Marketplace

Moving forward toward ambitious diversity goals, for ourselves and our clients

Our Decidedly Diverse initiative puts our numbers front and center, highlighting exactly how much work remains to be done to ensure our workforce looks like the world we help to work. It's also how we strive to leverage that data to establish research-backed best practices for building the talent pipelines and hiring strategies required to achieve truly representative diversity for ourselves and our clients.

Centering equity and inclusion in corporate culture with pioneering DEI initiatives and programs

We recognize that good corporate culture comes down to one simple thing: creating an environment in which employees feel respected and included. At Pride offices across four continents, we've established more than a dozen employee resource groups (ERG) that are wholly dedicated to giving team members a platform to be seen, heard, and respected, no matter their demographic or dimension of diversity.

Partnering with DEI leaders to blaze new trails and set modern standards for doing business

Our supplier diversity program, wide-ranging events, and work with minority-serving institutions in our community keep us intentional about our spend with diverse-owned businesses and help us align the entire industry's ecosystem towards greater inclusion and equity. In addition, through efforts such as Pride in Education and the Diversified Staffing Alliance, we strive to create more opportunities for diverse talent and business owners.

Pride Global’s Diversity Data

Most companies have some work to do when it comes to diversity and representation, and we're no different. We're sharing our numbers to keep us honest and moving forward toward our DEI goals both for internal hires and the recruiting we do for our clients.

Placements By Race

The workforce data preceding is based on survey answers at time of hire and reflects only those who chose to respond.

These numbers are fluid, and we’ll update periodically to incorporate new responses. Due to rounding, some figures may not total 100%.

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Pride Global's Initiatives

Diversified Staffing Alliance (DSA)

Through forums and other events, we provide our client partners with opportunities to network and share best practices and metrics across their own diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

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Pride in Education

Through forums and other events, we provide our client partners with opportunities to network and share best practices and metrics across their own diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

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Supplier Diversity

Through forums and other events, we provide our client partners with opportunities to network and share best practices and metrics across their own diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

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Diversity Recruiting

Through forums and other events, we provide our client partners with opportunities to network and share best practices and metrics across their own diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

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Diversity Forums

Through forums and other events, we provide our client partners with opportunities to network and share best practices and metrics across their own diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

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Employee Resource Groups

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  • PRISM

    (Pride Respects Identity, Sexuality and Me) To foster inclusivity and build platforms for the LGBTQIA community at Pride, creating space for conversation and solidarity while helping to ensure Pride keeps learning and growing as an organization—and as a business where LGBTQIA individuals want to work.

    Co-chairs

    Abby Acker and Dominic Rivera

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    Executive Sponsor

    Kate Goss

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  • WISE

    (Women In Search of Equity) To bring together Pride's women of color to discuss the issues that affect us, creating greater awareness of the issues of inequity we face and what we do to overcome challenges and achieve success, here at Pride and in the wider working world.

    Co-chairs

    Darrian Leonard and Tatiana Bunay

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    Executive Sponsor

    Kamela Forbes

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  • InspirASIAN

    To celebrate our shared Asian and Pacific Island heritage, connecting with local communities and our own social networks to teach colleagues about our unique and diverse cultures at the same time we enable our members to become their most authentic selves.

    Co-chairs

    Angelica Thompson

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    Executive Sponsor

    Abhinav Singh

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  • Mahogany

    To foster networking, professional development, mentoring, and leadership opportunities for Black people at Pride, bringing them together to form bonds, give back to the community, and feel supported and confident in their professional endeavors.

    Co-chairs

    Rahdiah Barnes and Melanie Woodall

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    Executive Sponsor

    Jenny Davis

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  • Fatherhood At Pride

    To take joy and pride in fatherhood, celebrating the role dads play in the workplace and at home while pushing for greater recognition of the work and labor of paternity through policies that impact Pride's ability to attract and retain the best dads in the business.

    Co-chairs

    Dale DeSteno and Mike Guglielmo

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    Executive Sponsor

    Brian Pietraccini

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  • DiversAbility

    To bring recognition to the multifaceted nature of ability, offering compassionate and empathetic discussions regarding both visible and non-visible disabilities—and celebrating, empowering, and centering the people with disabilities who contribute to Pride's success.

    Co-chairs

    Niya Klayman and Ariel Lavender

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    Executive Sponsor

    John Woronowich

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  • HOLA

    Hispanics/Latin Organization for Leadership and Advancement to raise up the Hispanic and Latin-American professionals of Pride, educating our peers about and taking joy in the many cultures that make up the Americas, uniting us together as one for the betterment of all.

    Co-chairs

    Glen Arroyo and Derric Rivera

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    Executive Sponsor

    Gabby Fletcher

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  • The Home Office

    To find ways to bring the full Pride Global experience to our colleagues working from homes across the country and around the world, setting up virtual watercoolers for coworkers to chat and sharing tips for how Pride's hybrid workforce can stay at peak productivity wherever they work.

    Co-chairs

    Kristin Hepka and Hayley Samuels

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    Executive Sponsor

    James Rowbotham

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  • Mallies

    To be a home for the men of Pride who seek ways to advocate on behalf of their women colleagues, family members, and friends as we encourage other men and the public at large to respect and support women's equality and inclusion in all parts of life.

    Co-chairs

    James Rowbotham and Josh Kaplan

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    Executive Sponsor

    Tim Tobin

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  • Motherhood at Pride

    Motherhood at Pride brings together mothers and mothers-to-be for monthly meetings to share knowledge, answer each other's questions, and bond over shared parenting experiences.

    Co-chairs

    Kendra Welch and Caroline Weber

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    Executive Sponsor

    Josh Kaplan

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  • Pride in Service

    Pride in Service is Pride Global's veteran's program that seeks to enable transitioning U.S. Service members to find and succeed in civilian career opportunities, while providing ongoing support and mentorship for our veteran employees.

    Co-chairs

    Bhavin Shah and Jackie Bolick

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    Executive Sponsor

    Annie Davies

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  • Wellness 360

    Wellness 360 is Pride's wellness-focused group for employees to gather over their mutual devotion to physical and mental health. Through education and events, they help create a workplace devoted to total wellbeing.

    Co-chairs

    Katlyn Fitzgerald and Samantha Reighard

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    Executive Sponsor

    Caroline Weber

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  • CUBS

    (Celebrate differences, understand others, bridge gaps, synchronize harmoniously)  CUBS is a celebration of everything that makes us Decidedly Diverse at Pride Global. CUBS seeks to share the wide range of cultures represented at our company with our colleagues, creating opportunities to learn from one another and cultivate an inclusive, creative workplace that thrives with a sense of belonging, synergy, and empathy.

    Co-chairs

    Shilpa Kendurkar and Tina Montalto

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    Executive Sponsor

    Kaltrina Riley

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Our DEI Board

Kamela Forbes

Kamela Forbes

Global director of Diversity and Inclusion

Niya Klayman

Niya Klayman

DEI Senior Associate

Kate Gross

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Managing Director

Annie Davies

Annie Davies

Director of Talent Engagement

Joe Griffin

Joe Griffin

Executive Director

Anu Vettath

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COO

Abhinav Singh

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Senior Director

Tim Tobin

Tim Tobin

Managing Director

Rahdiah Barnes

Rahdiah Barnes

DEI Partnership Liaison

Shilpa Kendurkar

Shilpa Kendurkar

Program Manager

Bryan Roberts

Bryan Roberts

Director of Diversity Partnerships

Vivek Chhabra

Vivek Chhabra

Director of Reporting and Analytics

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Pride Global's Partnerships

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