Diversity Awareness Partnership is proud to have Corporate and Non-Profit Partners committed to supporting diversity and practicing inclusion. Our Corporate and Non-Profit Partners sustain our work throughout the year and in return have access to benefits such as:
➢ Being a part of a great network of companies that value diversity and inclusion
➢ Automatic involvement with the Annual Diversity Dinner and Diversity Summit
➢ Ability to post jobs on our online Job Board
➢ Corporate Partner Breakfast
➢ Invitation to Quarterly Partner Diversity Roundtables
➢ EXPLORE or GRGR Program Host
To learn more about how your organization can join our Corporate/Non-Profit Partners Group, please contact Diversity Awareness Partnership at 314-257-0800.
Maryville University is a nationally recognized private institution offering a comprehensive and innovative education focused on student learning, outcomes and success. Maryville students are encouraged to be themselves and embrace diversity as an opportunity to grow personally and learn more about the world in which we live. They’re building a more inclusive campus every day and in many different ways – Diversity Dialogues, cultural programs, student organizations, diverse speakers, community service activities and partnerships, and so much more.
Creating a welcoming, collegial environment that inspires and attracts diversity is a top priority at Washington University in St. Louis. It’s part of our mission and, with strong commitment at every level of the university, efforts are underway to ensure Washington University becomes as highly regarded for its diversity initiatives as it is in research, scholarship and teaching.
Our workforce is dedicated to keeping the lights on and the gas flowing – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We focus that same kind of dedication on building a diverse culture where opinions are shared and the best solutions are put into action.
We value diversity and inclusion at Commerce Bank. We strive to learn from others with diverse abilities and perspectives. We’re committed to creating a workplace where all employees feel welcomed and valued. We seek employees who also support a welcoming, respectful and engaging atmosphere. Our employees make the difference in this commitment as part of a team we know as OneCommerce.
David Mason + Associates (DMA) is a Minority-owned professional services and construction services firm with multiple offices throughout the Midwest and East Coast. We pride ourselves on consistently exceeding project goals and diversity expectations while we engineer the foundation of communities for customers who hire DMA to assess, create, and preserve their essential infrastructure. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is long-standing and evidenced by our partnership with Diversity Awareness Partnership. We value the different perspectives, backgrounds, and skills of all of our employees and know that this contributes to the success of our business. We are energized by the challenge. Inspired by our people.
Nearing 30 years of service, DMA provides the following services: civil engineering, structural engineering, surveying/3D scanning, utility industry services, transmission and distribution design, sewer cleaning and video inspection.
As a family owned and operated company for the past 55 years, Dot Foods treats its employees like they are family. As a vital part of that family unit, we want to ensure our employees feel included and respected for their differing ideas. We both appreciate those opinions and count on them to make us successful—because without an inclusive and diverse culture, we are at a competitive disadvantage.
At Drury Hotels, we take care of our guests and each other as family, putting the other person first and doing what’s right. Ours is a friendly, team-based culture of close-knit peers, where “we” always takes precedent over “I.” Our success lies in our ability to welcome and embrace differences across the communities we proudly serve. We work together to create a sense of belonging for our guests, our team members and our partners. You belong at Drury Hotels.
Enterprise Bank & Trust’s Diversity and Inclusion goals serve to foster an open environment of understanding within the company and to encourage the individuality and creativity of each Associate. Enterprise Bank & Trust is committed to creating an inclusive, impartial, and accessible workplace, with the knowledge that this commitment will present significant benefits to its clients, shareholders, employees and the communities where it operates.
Enterprise Bank & Trust pledges the full measure of its combined and individual talents, strength and passion as it strives to honor this commitment.
Our vision is to elevate Purina as a top destination for diverse talent. We foster an environment of inclusion that empowers associates to bring their best to work.
At PwC, diversity isn’t just an ideal; it’s also a business opportunity—a chance to bring a plurality of perspectives and experiences to the table, one person at a time. Diversity expands our point of view and deepens our ability to provide clients with the highest level of distinctive service. PwC’s diversity strategy is designed to attract, develop and advance talent while building cultural dexterity for all.
Embrace diversity and inclusion to positively impact our culture by improving collaboration, enhancing engagement and productivity, and inspiring greater creativity and innovation among all employees for the benefit of all stakeholders.
Toyota Diversity: Every day, everyone
COCA is committed to actively and intentionally operating as an anti-bias, anti-racist institution. As such, we promote policies, practices, and programs that create courageous spaces for our COCA community to dialogue toward understanding.
We know art is a powerful instrument for social justice. It is a means for people to share history, culture, and perspectives, celebrate differences, challenge assumptions, and find common ground. We aim to be a home to people from all backgrounds. We do not discriminate based on race, national or ethnic origin, citizen status, veteran status, ancestry, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other basis of discrimination.
COCA is dedicated to advancing anti-bias, anti-racism work as we grow. As a learning institution, we understand that this work is an iterative journey. We will continue to evolve our strategies in collaboration with our communities in order to remain relevant and impactful.
Diversity and inclusion strengthen our community. We actively welcome diverse people, cultures, and perspectives. We strive to provide an environment in which everybody feels comfortable and excels.
Metro Theater Company (MTC) creates professional theater, fosters inclusive community, and nurtures meaningful learning through the arts – all inspired by the intelligence and emotional wisdom of young people.
Our work impacts young people and families across our community through three key programs: 1) a season of live theater on our mainstage at the Grandel Theater in Grand Center, 2) touring productions that perform in schools, community centers, and in partnership with other organizations across the St. Louis region and across the country, and 3) residencies, workshops, and professional development programs in schools across the region. MTC is proud to adapt our Say Something, Do Something, an anchor residency program which uses theater, role playing, and improvisation to address violence prevention in youth, to be part of DAP’s Give Respect, Get Respect initiative.
MTC believes that diversity and inclusion in our staff and on our stage is critical to our success in the workplace and across our community. We are committed to telling stories that reflect the young people across the community we serve. By creating an inclusive world for our children today, we believe we create an equitable environment for us all to inhabit tomorrow.
STAGES St. Louis strives to cultivate an inclusive environment which welcomes differences of ethnicity, religion, sexuality, income or any other divisions with generosity and openness among its artists, audiences, leaders, and community. Through support and understanding of our differences, we are able to recognize our commonalities.