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Diversity at Dell

How Dell builds relationships with diverse communities and organizations

Creating enduring relationships is at the core of our diversity and inclusion strategy at Dell. We engage in mutually beneficial partnerships to advance our strategy and work with groups across the globe to mirror where our customers and team members work and live. Our strategy includes working with civic organizations, advocacy groups, professional associations and multicultural business groups such as the following:

  • Women: Catalyst, Anita Borg Institute, Women’s International Network, Connecting Women in Technology, Working Mother, Business Divas
  • People with disabilities: Springboard Consulting, International Labour Organization Global Business & Disability Network
  • LGBT: Human Rights Campaign, Out & Equal, Equality Texas
  • Generations: One Young World
  • African-American: Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
  • Hispanic: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Hispanic Association of Corporate Responsibility
  • Asian: Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies

It is through these partnerships we secure research, benchmarking and best practices to create advocacy across diverse groups to further our diversity and inclusion initiatives at Dell.

Dell's Legacy of Good Plan

Building a Legacy of Good

We believe technology has a powerful role in helping others to benefit the world. So two years ago we put a strategic plan behind that belief: our Dell 2020 Legacy of Good Plan. We’re committed to achieving 21 goals by 2020 that bring social and environmental objectives together with our business objectives to create value for our customers as well as our people and the planet.

In releasing our second annual report on our 2020 Legacy of Good Plan, we are excited to share measurable results that demonstrate this shared value.

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