Created Diversity Council and ERGs


Increase diversity awareness, increase representation of diverse talent, and increase employee engagement, especially for diverse groups.


At AMG, we understand that diversity isn't just a buzzword; it's a fundamental aspect of fostering innovation, driving growth, and creating a workplace culture where everyone feels valued and empowered. Recognizing this, we've taken proactive steps to ensure that diversity isn't just a goal but a reality within our organization.

Central to our commitment to diversity is the establishment of our Diversity Council. Comprised of representatives from various departments and backgrounds, the council serves as a driving force for initiatives aimed at promoting diversity and inclusion throughout the company. By bringing together diverse perspectives and experiences, the council is instrumental in shaping policies, programs, and practices that reflect our commitment to diversity.

The Diversity Council meets regularly to assess the company's current diversity efforts, identify areas for improvement, and develop strategies to enhance inclusivity across all levels of the organization. Through collaborative discussions and brainstorming sessions, council members work together to implement initiatives that foster a culture of diversity and belonging.

In addition to the Diversity Council, we've also launched two Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) designed to provide support, mentorship, and networking opportunities for our employees. The first ERG focuses on mentorship, providing a platform for employees to connect with mentors who can offer guidance, support, and career development opportunities. This initiative not only helps to foster a culture of learning and growth but also facilitates the exchange of knowledge and expertise across different levels and departments within the organization.

The mentorship ERG hosts regular events such as mentor matching sessions, skills workshops, and leadership seminars, creating opportunities for employees to expand their networks, gain valuable insights, and advance their careers. Through discussions on mentorship relationships and group activities, employees are empowered to reach their full potential and achieve their professional goals.

The second ERG is specifically tailored to support and empower women within our company. Women have long been underrepresented in certain industries and leadership positions, and we're committed to breaking down barriers and creating pathways for their success. Through this ERG, female employees have the opportunity to connect, share experiences, and access resources aimed at advancing their careers and personal development. Whether it's through networking events, workshops, or leadership seminars, this ERG provides a supportive community where women can thrive and excel.

Both ERGs play a crucial role in not only supporting the professional development of our employees but also in fostering a sense of belonging and camaraderie within the organization. By creating spaces where employees can come together based on shared experiences and interests, we're able to celebrate diversity, promote inclusion, and cultivate a culture where everyone has the opportunity to succeed.

At AMG, diversity isn't just a checkbox; it's a core value that guides everything we do. From our Diversity Council to our Employee Resource Groups, we're committed to creating an environment where every individual feels valued, respected, and empowered to bring their authentic selves to work each day. By embracing diversity and championing inclusion, we're not only enriching our workplace but also driving innovation, growth, and success for years to come.


The Diversity Council has been created and has 11 members. The council meets monthly to discuss diversity ideas and has built programs for diversity and has attended diversity events to help tackle this issue. The ERGs have gained popularity with the employees and have increased in size at each meeting. The employees have said that they feel more belonging.

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