CEO statement on diversity, equity, and inclusion
We strive each day to seize opportunities to effect positive change and make an impact.
CEO statement on DEI
Our leadership is launching a multi-year initiative to continue improving diverse representation throughout our workforce.
We have always believed in the power of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) to fuel our approach to creating solutions for new challenges, making better decisions, and providing every employee access to the resources and opportunities that foster their growth—regardless of their identity.
We’re in a state of constant transformation, requiring us to continuously build and evolve a company culture in which everyone feels welcomed, respected, valued, heard, recognized, and empowered to bring their authentic self to do their best work every day. Nurturing this type of environment for all of our employees is a critical focus for SEI.
Leadership at all levels is committed to embedding DEI across our entire company. We are launching a multi-year initiative to continue improving diverse representation throughout our workforce; cultivating an inclusive culture through learning, awareness, and belonging; and supporting supplier diversity.
We strive each day to seize opportunities to effect positive change and make an impact. No one will hold back in doing the right thing to care for our employees and communities and solve for our clients’ needs.
An inclusive culture empowers our employees to share their diverse perspectives, experiences, and ideas, which drive our clients’ and company’s success. We know that our unwavering commitment to diversity and inclusion will help us achieve our mission to build brave futures through the power of connection.
The courage to challenge convention
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