Our diversity initiatives and strategies are designed to attract, develop, and advance the most talented individuals regardless of their race, sexual orientation, religion, age, gender, disability status or any other dimension of diversity. Our distinctive approach to diversity is based on a belief that we each have a personal accountability for success in this area. We provide our people with training and tools to help increase their awareness and understanding of differences and why they matter, so their actions can contribute to our inclusive and high-performing workplace culture.
"Role models inspire others by bringing possibilities to life. And I believe we all have the power to shape the course of other people's careers. Active sponsorship makes all the difference when it comes to advancing diverse professionals."
Maria Castañón Moats
Chief Diversity Officer
"At PwC, we foster an inclusive culture by acknowledging the unique experiences and perspectives all of our people bring to work. Our goal is to be known as the place to build a career, regardless of one's background, beliefs, gender or sexual orientation. Diversity, in all its dimensions, is a key element of our people and our client strategy, and we continue to invest in the area diversity and inclusion knowing we will ultimately be measured on the progress we make."
US Chairman and Senior Partner
Attracting, retaining and developing talented, diverse professionals—including individuals with disabilities—is a business imperative to spur innovation, drive growth and sustain competitive advantage in the marketplace.
We can't afford to be indifferent to our differences. In fact, we need to acknowledge and respect these differences, fostering each individual's unique strengths, skills and abilities.
Resources focused on disability inclusion include:
PwC received a 2015 Disability Matters award for our disability inclusion initiatives – known as Ability reveals itself. The firm was also one of 19 organizations that received a 100 percent score on the inaugural 2014 Disability Equality Index (DEI) survey, a joint initiative of the US Business Leadership Network® (USBLN®) and the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD).