Diversity at AIR: Employee Resource Groups
Diversity in our mission - our culture - our people - our work
Employee resources groups come together to promote cultural awareness, professional development, collegial support and greater visibility for diversity at AIR. Current groups and groups in development are:
Promotes a work environment that is inclusive of people with disabilities, their families, and the communities that AIR serves
AIR AIM (Asians in Motion)
Fosters an environment for greater professional development, recruitment and retention for Asian employees and providing cultural insight and knowledge to AIR and in the community
AIR BLAAC (Black, Latino, African-American, African and Caribbean) Diaspora Network
Promotes an inclusive work environment, fostering professional mobility and engaging in culturally responsible practices
Supports remote employees, offering opportunities for professional and career growth and interacting with AIR leadership to support strategic planning
Ensures that employees who identify along the full spectrum of sexual orientations are respected and valued, and supports a culturally competent environment where all employees are treated fairly and appropriately
AIR STARS AND STRIPES
Leverages and develops the unique contributions of veterans and people with military backgrounds or interests to build a culture that fosters innovation, enhances and supports programs and activities aligned with AIR’s mission, provides employees opportunities to develop and grow, provides learning and enrichment opportunities for AIR’s workforce, and offers employees access to potential leadership opportunities
Represents and supports the development of the Hispanic, Latino and Chicano population across AIR , providing leadership and business development opportunities and a collegial space to have conversations about diversity
AIR WISE (Women in Support of Equity)
Partners across all AIR business functions to enhance opportunities for connection, networking, and collaboration to address the intersectional needs of women.
For more information about Employee Resource Groups, contact Karen Francis.