• 2021 Diversity & Inclusion Report

    Driving Culture, Equity & Belonging


      At Dell Technologies, we believe that diversity is power

      Last year society hit an inflection point as we navigated the challenges of 2020. COVID-19 took a disproportionate toll on women and underserved communities. We connected in new ways to support each other. And we worked together toward a more equitable, inclusive workplace and world.

      Our focus has been on taking critical steps to live who we are – a diverse company with unique perspectives – at our deepest level. So we’ve spent the past year listening to our team members, making necessary adjustments and taking purposeful action on a path forward. Our way forward is paved in our understanding that we must hold ourselves accountable for making Dell Technologies a place where all can thrive as their authentic selves.

      It’s why our most senior leaders have diversity goals tied to their performance expectations and our people managers receive feedback on how they are doing in the area of inclusion. Measurement and transparency open us up to continuous learning and growth. This inspires new equitable business practices we can embed throughout every corner of our organization.

    • I am optimistic about what we’ve built at Dell, of our culture that’s designed to support every team member in reaching their full potential, and of our vision for where we’re going. I’ve always believed diversity is power. It’s how we win and win the right way.

      Michael Dell, Chairman and CEO, Dell Technologies
    • Key program highlights

    • Building and attracting the future workforce

      Investing in STEM education opportunities for all

    • Project Immersion

      Exposing underrepresented college students to emerging technologies.

    • Cultural Ambassadors

      Offering prospective talent honest insights about our workplace.

    • internX

      Addressing the gap in intern diversity.


      We are all responsible for creating a workplace where everyone can succeed

    • Employee Resource Groups

      Where team members with common interests or backgrounds bring their collective voices together.

    • True Ability

      Championing mental health and assistive technologies.

    • Conexus

      Leveraging remote expertise to offer guidance and connection during difficult times.


      The lack of diversity in technology is an industry-wide problem

    • Be the Change

      Empowering team members to influence change.

    • Women in Technology

      Developing scalable solutions that foster more girls and underrepresented minorities graduating with STEM degrees and becoming tech leaders.

    • Black Enterprise

      Facilitating STEM career connections for top college students.