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Why P&G – Diversity & Inclusion



We aspire to be as diverse as the people who use our products, because the more we reflect our consumers, the better equipped we are to understand and serve them. We strive each day for every P&Ger to be valued, included, and able to perform at their peak. We win when everyone brings their unique self to work, when we bring out the best in each other, and when every talent is used and every voice is heard.

Celebrating Diversity

Our annual Diversity & Inclusion Week celebrates the unique individuals that we all are and encourages us to come together. The events and activities that take place during this week are a source of inspiration and learning.

Affinity Groups

Employee affinity groups can often be employees’ source of connection and emotional fuel, help employees feel valued, respected, and included, and expose us all to different perspectives and a richer experience. We enthusiastically support numerous regional, as well as three local groups:



We’re using our voice at P&G as an Olympic Games sponsor to celebrate a mom’s role in helping her kids overcome bias and seeing their potential, no matter what others see.


We aspire to build a better world for all of us, free from gender bias, and with an equal voice and equal representation for women and men.

“When women have the opportunity for full representation, businesses perform better, economies prosper, communities are healthier, and the world is a better place—for everyone.”   Carolyn Tastad, Group President, North America


We believe that when we make gender bias visible and bring awareness to it, we have the power to motivate change. We launched #WeSeeEqual in March 2017 to inspire a new expectation and reset the outdated narrative that has been in place for far too long.

  • 50-50 gender parity in all regions and businesses by 2020
  • 45% manager positions are women
  • 35% executive-level positions are women

Adding our Brand voices

We’re leveraging our iconic brand voices to help to overcome gender bias and stereotypes:


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