Driving Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging

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I am often asked how a company drives Diversity and Inclusion. Is it from the top-down? From the bottom-up? Or somewhere in between? My answer: All of the above. 

The factors that lead to a homogenous workforce must be acknowledged and addressed for an organization to create a culture of diversity, inclusion, and belonging. Building a heterogeneous, inclusive, and diverse workplace is not only the right thing to do, it results in greater innovation, a better culture, and a stronger bottom line.

In our second Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) report, released this month, we share how far we’ve come since our first report: the growth and diversity of our people, the results of programs we’ve implemented, and the work of the Pure Storage community outside the Pure Storage community. 

Below are some highlights I’ve personally been looking forward to sharing from this year’s report.

What Is The DEI Center of Excellence (CoE)?

An important part of Pure Storage culture is diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). I lead our DEI Center of Excellence (CoE), where we develop and implement company-wide strategies around three key pillars: diverse representation, equitable policies and practices, and inclusive culture. 

We know that our company and

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