Diversity Equity & inclusion
We want to be a place that gives everyone an opportunity to succeed. That’s open, curious, and accepting. A workforce that champions the benefits that diversity brings to an organization.
But without action, it’s all just a bunch of talk. We must understand the varied experiences of our workforce. That’s why we encourage unflinching honesty and conviction. It’s why we strive to relentlessly address and disrupt systems, practices and behaviors when necessary to ensure equity across all areas of our business.
Disrupting through diversity.
A global collective needs global values. Ones that help us achieve the diverse, inclusive lens in our work and create real world impact. These are the standards we measure ourselves against; the ones we hold each other accountable to; the ones getting us where we want to go:
\ Demand progress over perfection
\ Challenge the status quo
\ Insist on consideration and respect
\ Reject neutrality to inequity
\ Acknowledge discomfort while moving forward courageously
Putting words into action
From the top-down to the ground-up, we are guided by our pillars of Culture, People and The Work to form actionable solutions that will help us and our partners grow.
We believe in creating an environment that is open and embraces differences so that we can grow together and leverage the benefits of a diverse workforce.
A diverse workforce is one that reflects our world. And an equitable workplace identifies gaps in order to create an informed plan towards equity for all.
Our principles touch every part of the business, including our creative process—from ideation to vendor selection—so we can create culturally nuanced, cutting-edge work that deeply resonates with our diverse consumer base.
Get to know some of our programs
Launched by TBWA\Chiat\Day New York, Circle Of Women is a leadership development program for women designed to increase gender representation in leadership. As a result of this program, the agency has achieved 50% gender diversity in its executive leadership team.
Young Bloods is a fully immersive creative program, committed to supporting emerging diverse talent. Not to be mistaken with an internship, the paid placement sees residents work alongside members of the agency’s creative department on client briefs and projects.
“Colectiva” — the female adjective for collective in Spanish — is a leadership program that seeks to strengthen the pipeline of women leaders in our Latin America region through coaching and leadership training. Unlike similar programs, Colectiva is designed to be self-governed by its members. They lead the charge on coaching each other, hosting the monthly leadership sessions and, at the end of the year, rethinking the program for the following year.
Trampoline is Juniper Park\TBWA’s branding incubator and an accelerator mentorship program. Each quarter, the agency provides a pro-bono branding services opportunity to a selected BIPOC-owned small to medium business. The program also offers a three-month paid internship to an aspiring BIPOC creative talent, providing them with substantive work experiences and the opportunity to be mentored by some of the industry’s leading creatives.