Employee Resource Groups
We are committed to all the dimensions of diversity within our global organization
Employee resource groups are an important component of our company's diversity program. These are groups of employees that are formed around a shared characteristic, such as race, ethnicity, gender, disability or sexual orientation. Membership is voluntary and open to all employees. By presenting opportunities for people to network with others with whom they have shared experiences, the company seeks to help all of its employees around the globe feel welcomed and included.
BNY Mellon is proud to sponsor four cross-company employee resource groups that recognize the value of our diverse and global workforce.
By presenting opportunities for people to network with others with whom they have shared experiences, we seek to help all of our employees feel welcomed and included.
HEART (Helping Each Ability by Respecting and Teaching) promotes an inclusive working environment by increasing awareness of the needs of those with disabilities and providing an educational forum on disabilities for all employees.
The mission of HEART is to:
- promote an inclusive working environment where all employees are valued based on their talents and abilities;
- provide support, education and networking opportunities for people with disabilities to enhance their business acumen;
- serve as a resource that elevates the awareness of disability issues to everyone within the company; and
- educate BNY Mellon employees on how to work with people with disabilities.
Executive Sponsor – Frank Dittrich
Co-chairs – Andrea McCarthy and Michael Harmon
IMPACT plays an important role in BNY Mellon's commitment to diversity and inclusion in the workplace, as well as in advancing the company's overall business objectives.
IMPACT's mission is to act as a resource for the company and for BNY Mellon employees, with a specific emphasis on the recruitment, retention, professional development and advancement of multicultural employees. Our mission is guided by the company's core values of Client Focus, Trust, Teamwork and Outperformance. BNY Mellon firmly believes that by increasing support and professional opportunities for our multicultural employees, all employees will benefit, the company will benefit and, ultimately, our clients and communities will benefit.
Executive Sponsor – Kurt Woetzel
Co-chairs – Wanda Hill and Virun Rampersad
Prism strives to promote an open and supportive environment for all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees.
Prism strives to promote an open and supportive environment at BNY Mellon in which all LGBT employees are fully included in all aspects of corporate life, including advancement opportunities, mentoring, networking and other issues vital to helping the company maintain and strengthen its market leadership. By fostering outreach to LGBT employees and the LGBT community at large, Prism contributes to the company's growth and its role as a leading corporate citizen.
Executive Sponsor – Brian Rogan
Co-chairs – Denise Beckman and Bruce Miller
The mission of the Women's Initiatives Network (WIN) is to act as a global resource for the professional development and advancement of women who work at BNY Mellon.
WIN plays an important role in BNY Mellon's commitment to diversity and inclusiveness in the workplace as well as in advancing the company's overall business objectives. WIN's mission is to act as a global resource for the professional development and advancement of women who work at BNY Mellon. WIN is open to all employees, and our mission will be guided by the company's core values of Client Focus, Trust, Teamwork and Outperformance. BNY Mellon firmly believes that by increasing support and professional opportunities for women and men at our company, our people will benefit, the company will benefit and, ultimately, our clients will benefit.
Executive Sponsor and Chair – Karen Peetz