WHY THEY’RE ON THE LIST
Kellogg Company earns a spot on the list for its fifth consecutive year. The company’s commitment to diversity begins at the top, with Chairman and CEO John Bryant signing off on executive compensation tied to diversity.
- Blacks, Asians and Latinos in Senior Management: 21.1% higher than U.S. companies overall
- Women in Senior Management: 50.6% higher than U.S. companies overall
President & CEO
“Empowering our colleagues worldwide to leverage their individual contributions in helping to drive growth for our business ensures the future success of our company. We have a remarkably vibrant, diverse and inclusive culture. Every employee plays a role in driving this culture, which enables us to do our best work and achieve our full potential.”
Global Head, Diversity & Inclusion
“From attracting and retaining talent to delighting our consumers, more than ever we must understand and leverage the competitive advantage that diversity and inclusion bring us. It drives better teamwork, innovation, engagement and productivity. Not only is it the right thing to do for our people, it’s the smart thing to do for our business.”
Battle Creek, Mich.
Last Year’s DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking No. 26