At Bank of America, diversity is part of our DNA. Our Employee Networks are perfect examples of how the bank grows stronger through its commitment to diversity and inclusion. We have 11 Employee Networks with more than 240 chapters made up of more than 80,000 of our employees worldwide. These networks provide participants with frequent opportunities to connect with those of a similar dimension of diversity – along with their allies – to develop leadership skills, build strong ties with the communities we serve and bring lasting value to our business strategies.
For more information on Employee Networks at Bank of America, view the Global Diversity & Inclusion Employee Network Report.
Employees show commitment to workplace equality
In November 2014, Bank of America sponsored and participated in the annual Out & Equal Workplace Summit in San Francisco, which brings together business leaders, LGBT employers, LGBT employees and allies to discuss best practices and participate in training sessions. Employees from across the country attended this year’s Summit to formulate strategies for advancing equality in the workplace. More More
A culture of diversity and inclusion
Created in 2004, the Native American Professional Network (NAPN) is one of 12 of our employee networks providing valuable mentoring, support and community involvement opportunities. More Read more
Black Professional Group: A culture of diversity and inclusion
At Bank of America, diversity is a key element to our corporate culture and how we operate. Our employee networks allow groups of people with a similar dimension of diversity to band together for professional growth and development as well as community networking events and volunteer opportunities. More More
Bank of America launches Military Affairs team
We assist military employees through a variety of programs including the Military Support & Assistance Group, an Employee Network that connects military service members, veterans and their families to networking, mentoring and information forums in 26 chapters across the United States. In 2012, we created Military Affairs to establish a cohesive enterprise approach focused on supporting active military, reservists, National Guard and veterans. More More