- The Walt Disney Company jumps up 10 spots this year.
- The company has almost twice as many Blacks in the top two levels and 35 percent more women on its board of directors than the Top 10.
- The company released Black Panther in February, which is the third-highest grossing film of all time in North America. The film has grossed $1.29 billion to date, globally.
IN OUR NEWS
FROM THE COMPANY
At Disney, we tell heartwarming and inspiring stories that bring people together. We create enduring characters and magical experiences that help people make lifelong memories.
Our people drive the innovation and connection that are the hallmarks of our brands. We build teams that reflect the life experiences of our audiences. And, at every Disney workplace, we value and encourage curiosity, innovation, and ideas form everyone.
Inclusion is a critical part of telling the best stories, being relevant, and expanding audiences.
We are proud to tell stories that matter and are a reflection of us. That doesn't mean our work is done. We continue to listen, learn, and imagine the possibilities.
Robert A. Iger
Chairman and CEO
Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer
Every day, we aspire to create inspiring, heartwarming and thrilling experiences that delight our consumers, viewers and guests around the world ... and at the heart of our success are the diverse perspectives, curiosity and innovation of our people.
U.S. Headquarters: Burbank, Calif.
Global Employees: 195,724
Last Year's DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking • No. 36
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