Diversity & Inclusion | Ogilvy

Diversity and Inclusion

We firmly believe that a racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse workforce, where all perspectives are valued, leads to richer experiences for our people and better outcomes for our clients. Diversity has always been and will always be a part of Ogilvy’s DNA, our core values and our culture. Our founder David Ogilvy was an early advocate for diversity in the workplace. As Chairman of the United Negro College Fund in 1968, he set the agenda for the agency’s pursuit of inclusion in the workplace.

Diversity, inclusiveness, and explicit anti-racism are not just issues of policy at Ogilvy, but essential to our success and sustainability as a business. Diverse teams are better at solving complex problems—and employees who feel safe, welcome, supported, and valued for being their authentic selves are better able to do their very best work.

We are committed to providing an open and safe environment for everyone to thrive at Ogilvy regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, ability, domestic violence victim status, age, citizenship, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. 

Diversity & Inclusion | Ogilvy

Diversity and Inclusion

We firmly believe that a racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse workforce, where all perspectives are valued, leads to richer experiences for our people and better outcomes for our clients. Diversity has always been and will always be a part of Ogilvy’s DNA, our core values and our culture. Our founder David Ogilvy was an early advocate for diversity in the workplace. As Chairman of the United Negro College Fund in 1968, he set the agenda for the agency’s pursuit of inclusion in the workplace.

Diversity, inclusiveness, and explicit anti-racism are not just issues of policy at Ogilvy, but essential to our success and sustainability as a business. Diverse teams are better at solving complex problems—and employees who feel safe, welcome, supported, and valued for being their authentic selves are better able to do their very best work.

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