At MITRE, we create opportunities and discover new possibilities as we navigate an ever-changing and uncertain world—all while delivering lasting outcomes that drive real change.
Amid the turbulence of a global pandemic and movements for racial and social justice, it is imperative that we unite through inclusion. This enables us to further our innovative environment and develop practical solutions to complex and challenging issues.
Guided by Stephanie Turner, our new vice president of inclusion, diversity, and social innovation, we are dedicated to cultivating an inclusive work environment where our people feel they truly belong. It's an environment that attracts, develops, and retains quality, diverse talent that spans the breadth of cultures, backgrounds, and experiences within our communities and nation.
To build this welcoming community, we support our people—personally and professionally—creating a workplace of grace, respect, and empathy. We provide safe spaces and platforms to engage in authentic dialogue. And we take action from within to promote and attain long-lasting change for our organization, sponsors, and partners.
More than ever, today’s crises have strengthened our commitment to help foster an inclusive and diverse world—it is our promise to discover, create, and lead towards a better future for all.
We welcome you to explore our stories of community and belonging.
As #COVID19 quickly evolved, our people demonstrated resilience & we remained committed to our guiding principle that the health & safety of our employees, their families, & our communities comes first. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/yfFGJ2c9mP
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