PwC | Hall of Fame
- US Chairman and Senior Partner Tim Ryan is very vocal on issues that affect his associates, such as racial tensions in the U.S. and Trump’s executive order on immigration.
- He has led the firm in creating initiatives to address and provide solutions to these issues, such as its “Blindspots” training, designed to identify and address unconscious biases. His CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion initiative, which many of the companies here tonight have signed, is coming up on its one-year anniversary.
- PwC also ranked on our Top Companies for People with Disabilities list. The firm has a specialized opt-in mentoring program targeting interns who have self-disclosed their disability status and want to be connected with resources — including a network of PwC disability champions. Brad Hopton, Partner and NY Metro Regional Tax Leader and Disability Inclusion Networks Champion is a board member of NOD.
US Chairman and Senior Partner
“Inclusivity is critical in the health and progress of our society and organizations, and is a key component of how we empower our employees to reach their full potential. We are proud of how we’ve stood by our purpose to ensure diversity and inclusion are central to our firm and the value we bring to our clients and our communities.”
Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer
“At PwC, we recognize that everyone brings unique experiences and perspectives to the table. Our Inclusion Networks develop leaders by allowing ourpeople to connect, share ideas and innovate – creating a culture where everyone belongs and a firm that thrives.”
U.S. Headquarters: New York, N.Y.
Global Employees: 236,235
Last Year’s DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking • No. 4
OTHER DIVERSITYINC LISTS
- No. 1 Recruitment
- No. 3 Mentoring
- No. 5 Supplier Diversity
- No. 8 Diversity Councils
- No. 10 People with Disabilities
- No. 11 Employee Resource Groups
- No. 12 Executive Women
- LGBT Employees