Inclusion and Diversity

Our Differences Make Us Stronger Together

For us, inclusion and diversity are not just about policies, they are a core part of the values we uphold —and how we live those values every day. See how we’re walking the talk.


Our Employees Matter

About Inclusion and Diversity

Our employees come from many backgrounds and have a wide variety of life experiences.

By recognizing the value of different perspectives and encouraging employees to be their true selves, we’re working toward full organizational equality.


Engaging for
Sustainable Value

Our stewardship team at State Street Global Advisors engages with thousands of public companies on issues that impact long-term value creation. One of our proudest accomplishments has been the increased number of women on corporate boards as a result of our Fearless Girl launch in 2017.



Listen. culture

Inclusion vs. Invisibility

Embracing diversity in the workplace goes beyond personal authenticity. Here’s why you shouldn’t “cover” your true self.

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Partnerships and Recognition

Taking Pride in Our Progress

“Through our internal programs and industry partnerships, we’re committed to providing career development and networking opportunities for our employees. We’re honored to be recognized for our efforts to support inclusion, diversity and gender equity in the workplace.”

-- Paul Francisco, Chief Diversity Officer

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Employee Resource Groups

Connecting Our Employees Around the World


“We proudly support a wide range of employee resource groups that not only increase engagement, but also help us gauge progress on company-wide initiatives.”

-- Ron O’Hanley, President and CEO, and Executive Sponsor, Black Professionals Group


ESG Investing

A Paradox of Priorities

When it comes to environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing, it’s not as simple as “put more green tech in, take more fossil fuels out.” Nuance and information matters, and striking a balance between priorities is key. So how can asset managers handle competing investment objectives?