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Employee Resource Groups

Our team members are an incredible force focused on building a greater level of involvement in our global diversity practices across our business.

Employee resource groups connect team members who share common ethnicity, gender, nationality, lifestyle or sexual orientation. They provide personal and professional development through mentoring, volunteerism and community involvement.

Virtus

In Virtus, we envision a world where Veterans and their families are honored and supported in recognition of their service and sacrifice. We are committed to: Attracting, hiring and developing great Veteran talent, creating community partnerships in support of Veterans and their families and helping Veteran owned businesses grow and thrive. 
  1. Building Relationships in Diverse Group Environments (BRIDGE)

    The BRIDGE mission is to improve the Dell competitive advantage by enhancing the personal and professional development of team members whose interests align with the African-American community.

  2. Women in Search of Excellence (Wise)

    Women in Search of Excellence (Wise) seeks to support and extend Dell's efforts to become an employer of choice for women.

  3. Employee Resource Groups Overview

    The Employee Resource Group program connects Dell team members who share common ethnicity, gender, nationality, lifestyle or sexual orientation.

  4. Asians in Motion (AIM)

    Asians in Motion (AIM) is dedicated to global growth of Asian leadership and cultural awareness at Dell. AIM seeks to build future leadership by recruiting, retaining and developing Asian talent.

  5. Pride: Partnering for Respect of Individuality in the Dell Environment

    Partnering for Respect of Individuality in the Dell Environment (Pride) is the employee resource group for team members whose interests are aligned with the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

  6. Adelante

    The Adelante mission is to enhance the personal and professional development of team members who have interests aligned with the Hispanic community and to use their creativity and experience in an effort to improve the Dell competitive advantage.

  7. True Ability

    True Ability has chapters in Brazil and the U.S. for team members who have interests aligned with persons impacted by disabilities or special needs.