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Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

The Steps We're Taking

We’ve set clear aspirations that we’re striving to achieve by 2025.

  • Increase the Black representation rate in the U.S. by 20%.
  • Achieve parity in retention rates of all groups.
  • Close representation gaps for historically underrepresented groups.
  • Advance common understanding, shared experiences and mutual respect.
  • Report diversity metrics and progress annually.
  • Eliminate any statistically significant differences between the workplace experiences of underrepresented and at-representation groups.

Some of the actions we’re taking to get there.

  • Requiring diverse slates and interview teams at executive levels, and requiring hiring managers to take bias mitigation training.
  • Holding ourselves accountable to equal pay for equal work by conducting regular compensation reviews.
  • Analyzing more than 1,200 unique job groups to identify and close representation gaps.
  • Increasing diversity in our talent pool through continued partnerships with organizations that inspire young women in STEM, and with educational institutions that serve underrepresented racial minorities.
  • Advancing equity and social justice in our communities by investing – at minimum – $25 million in nonprofit organizations that advance equity by 2023.
  • Talking openly about race and racism at every level of our company.
Read more in our 2021 Global Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Report

Meet #TeamBoeing

Suba

“If someone had told me in India that 25 years later I would be working at Kennedy Space Center as a senior manager for the Space Launch System, that would have been way beyond my dreams. But everywhere I went through my career, I always stretched a little higher beyond my level.”

Hear more from Suba, Product Team Leader
Angelie

“I am lucky that I have a very supportive organization. I don’t feel like I have to mask or guard myself anymore. I can be fully present at work the way I am.”

Hear more from Angelie, Product Development Engineer
Oborsouis

“I like working on something different every day and getting to understand all the components and how they work on the vehicle. The more we explore and learn about space, the more opportunities there will be for future generations.”

Hear more from Oborsouis, Starliner Spacecraft Technician
KJ

“From my perspective, being ‘the only’ in a room can be a benefit at times. We need to leverage our diversity and remind ourselves that being ‘the only’ isn’t always a negative.”

Hear more from KJ, Vice President of Helicopter Programs

Celebrating our progress

  • Military Times 2020: Best Employer for Veterans
  • American Indian Science and Engineering Society Top 50 S.T.E.M. Workplaces Winds of Change Magazine 2-2-2
  • H.B.C.U. Top Supporters 2020
  • Diversity Inc. 2021: Top 50 Companies for Diversity
  • 2021 Military Friendly Employer
  • Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption
  • Disability Equality Index 2021: Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion
  • Forbes 2021: The Best Employers for Diversity