Employee Resource Groups
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Action at the St. Louis Fed
Diversity groups in the Eighth District work collaboratively in support of the Bank’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion organizational initiative. Whether it’s through enlightening educational resources, cultural programming or social events, diversity groups provide opportunities for Bank employees to learn more about their peers. Employee resource groups are voluntary, employee-led groups made up of individuals with common interests or shared characteristics.
- African American Council of Talented, Innovative and Visionary Employees: AACTIVE supports the African American community at the Bank.
- Asian Employee Resource Group: AERG supports the Asian community at the Bank.
- Central Pride supports LGBTQ+ employees and their allies at the Bank.
- Valuing, Inspiring, Empowering Women: VIEW creates awareness around gender-related issues and experiences at the Bank.
- Serving, Educating, Reaching Veteran Employees: SERVE supports the issues and goals of military veteran employees at the Bank.
- The Disability ERG promotes awareness and understanding of people with disabilities through advocacy and allyship.
- The Mi Gente ERG aims to develop an inclusive network of employees and promote Latino/Hispanic heritage by creating awareness of those cultures and languages while cultivating diversity and the personal and professional development of ERG members.
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