A culture of inclusion, diversity, equity, and access, what we call the I.D.E.A. Mindset, is core to who we are and what we do every day. And it’s embedded in our company expectations at all levels, from intern to executive.

What is an I.D.E.A. Mindset?

Having an I.D.E.A. Mindset means digging deeper, asking tough questions, and taking thoughtful action to address historical inequities and create more equitable and inclusive outcomes. It means fostering a culture where all identities, voices and experiences are included, heard, and celebrated. And it means continual reflection and evolution to meet the changing needs of our people, our industry, and our world.

Applying an I.D.E.A. Mindset means we call people in, design our work with everyone in mind, take collective action to live our values, and partner with our communities to create a more equitable future - together.

Sady Alvarado-Fischer (she/her)
VP, Diversity Equity & Inclusion Officer

What Sets Us Apart as an Employer

Like most companies, we’re proud of our commitment to diversity and of our inclusive culture. We’re also proud that we go beyond the basics. Here’s what makes us different:

  • 10 Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) for connection, resources, and support
  • Easy access to all levels of leadership through regular coffee chats and office hours
  • Annual review rating = 50% performance expectations (the what) + 50% value expectations (the how)
  • Up-front payment for tuition assistance (after 1 year of employment)
  • Comprehensive internal professional development opportunities including LinkedIn Learning, leadership development programs and instructor-led offerings
  • Equitable cost-sharing for industry-leading health insurance

Ready to work for a company where you feel seen, valued, and inspired to do your best every day?

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Recent Awards and Recognitions

We’re proud to be regularly recognized for our commitment and efforts. Recent recognitions include:

LGBTQ+ Equality

Corporate Equality Index Best Place to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality (every year since 2014)


Disability Inclusion

Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion (100% on the 2023 Disability Equality Index)


Best Employers

#8 on Forbes’s Best Midsize Employers list (and named to their Best Employers for Diversity list)

Honored with top Gold award from Business First Best Places to Work

Living the I.D.E.A. Mindset: How We Show Up

The I.D.E.A. Mindset is felt 365 days of the year in efforts both big and small. From company-wide events and initiatives, to daily interactions among leaders and teams, I.D.E.A. is at the center of how we work.

Connecting Ideas & People

Our ERGs reflect the diversity of the company and amplify the intersectional nature of identity. They consistently bring new ideas, perspectives, and experiences to the forefront.

Promoting I.D.E.A. at Work

The promotion of I.D.E.A. is something we take seriously. Whether by blog post, news article, or lock screen, everyone knows what’s going on and how to get involved.

Learning By Doing

Development opportunities are available to enhance skills in collaboration and leadership. Offerings cover DEI-related topics to build cultural humility, interpersonal connection, and feelings of belonging.

Measuring Progress: Inclusion by the Numbers

Each year, we ask employees to share their thoughts on what the company is doing well and where it can improve. Highlights from our latest survey include:


Of employees agree that we’re committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and access


Of employees agree that we respect individuals and value their differences


Of employees agree that senior leadership encourages diversity, equity and inclusion

Our Corporate Commitment to I.D.E.A.

Inclusion, diversity, equity, and access are explicitly recognized as fundamental parts of our organizational culture. We pledge to be intentional about addressing and mitigating the impact of biases in all that we do, such as in hiring practices, promotions, access to development opportunities, and building relationships with diverse suppliers.  

We aim to level the playing field and create spaces for all people to feel valued, seen, and empowered regardless of any aspect that makes them unique. This includes race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic disposition, neurodiversity, disability, veteran status, and any other protected categories under federal, state, or local law.


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