No. 7 | Comcast NBCUniversal
Brian L. RobertsCEO
“We are honored to be recognized among the best companies for diversity this year. Our organization has evolved so much over time, but one constant has been our commitment to diversity and inclusion. These values are a part of Comcast’s DNA and culture, and essential to how we run our business.”
Karen Dougherty BuchholzChief Diversity Officer
“This recognition reaffirms the hard work that every member of the Comcast NBCUniversal family does to operate the business with diversity and inclusion as a top priority — from our employees and suppliers who create our diverse content and inclusive products, to our community partners who support our customers and our communities.”
- Both Comcast and NBCUniversal have an Internal Advisory Council made up of senior leaders to maintain and improve diversity and inclusion.
- Since the pandemic has affected businesses in the U.S. negatively, Comcast started a brand new and completely free webinar series to help struggling businesses of all kinds rework their goals and use new technology.
- In March, Comcast offered two months of free internet service to low-income households as an expansion to its Internet Essentials program.
In The News
- Comcast Business Launches Webinar Series to Support Businesses of All Sizes
- Comcast, AT&T and Cox Communications Making Internet Accessible to Low-Income Families During COVID-19 Outbreak
- Comcast NBCUniversal Honors Atlanta ‘Voices of the Civil Rights Movement’ Participants
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From The Company
At Comcast NBCUniversal, we strive to make every employee feel valued and respected for who they are and the unique contributions they make.
We believe that a diverse and inclusive company is a more innovative and successful company, which is why we aim to infuse diversity and inclusion (D&I) into all aspects of our culture and our business.
For us, D&I is not a program — it is a central element of our credo and DNA. Our approach to D&I is focused on five key pillars: governance, workforce, supplier diversity, programming, and community impact. Our commitment to diversity starts at the top, with our Board of Directors.
Our Board diversity has nearly tripled since year-end 2010. Our workforce is 62% women or people of color, with 71% of our new hires in 2019 being women or people of color. Since 2010, we’ve provided over $2.1 billion in cash and in-kind giving to minorities, and in that same time period we’ve spent more than $22 billion with diverse tier 1 suppliers.
U.S. Headquarters: Philadelphia, PA
Global Employees: 190,000
2019 DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking: No. 6