Keeping our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
See how we’ve focused, spoken and invested to make an impact – and how you can help
Last year, in the wake of the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and many others State Farm publically committed to a better society saying, “We embrace the responsibility to work with others to make the world around us better.”
Here’s what we’ve done.
From formalizing the Chief Diversity Officer role to creating new learning opportunities, we’ve become more focused on diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the way we’re structured in our day-to-day operations.
Our voices make a difference. We used the power of our voice publicly to stand up against racism.
— State Farm (@StateFarm) March 26, 2021
We also know change requires a deep dedication to our future. We have made a commitment to longstanding and meaningful support to diverse people and communites.
Our voices and actions make a difference. Setting an intention to be and do better was a start, and we followed up on that through teaching, learning and understanding.
We made a commitment to longstanding and meaningful support to diverse people and diverse communites because change needs investment in our future, and we have demonstrated – and will continue to demonstrate – that in our actions.