- Women in Senior Leadership: 11.9% more than the Top 50
- Blacks Among Those Promoted Into Management: 24.6% more than the Top 50
- Level 3 Mentoring Participation: 36.1% more than the Top 50
Kellogg Company moves up two spots on the list. Diversity and inclusion are central to the company, and its commitment to best practices begins at the top.
Chairman and CEO John Bryant signs off on executive compensation tied to diversity. Kellogg offers eight employee resource groups and nine diversity and inclusion councils to provide networking, professional development, community engagement and drive the growth of its business.
The company has committed to help create 3 billion Better Days by 2025 through its "Breakfasts for Better Days" global purpose platform.
With more than 1,600 foods, Kellogg is the world's leading cereal company; second largest producer of crackers and savory snacks; and a leading North American frozen foods company.
Chairman & CEO
"Kellogg is a company with heart and soul, driven by a diverse and inclusive community of passionate people making a difference. To achieve our growth plans, we have a diverse, inclusive environment in which everybody is empowered to bring their most creative thinking, do their best work and achieve their full potential."
Global Head, Diversity & Inclusion
"Diversity and Inclusion is integral to all facets of our business. From enabling us to attract and retain talent, to meeting the needs of our diverse customer and consumer base, to purchasing from diverse-owned businesses, we understand that diversity and inclusion is both the right thing to do and the smart thing for our company."
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U.S. Headquarters: Battle Creek, Mich.
Global Employees: 33,857
Last Year's DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking • No. 30
• No. 7 Executive Women