Women’s History Month begins... This month, and every month, we celebrate the contributions of women throughout history in our culture and society. At our company, we’re leading the way toward an all-electric future and we’re primed to lead not only…
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity is our strength
We have big ambitions. Not only are we paving the way for an all-electric future, but we're on a mission to be the most inclusive company in the world.
Here at GM, our inclusive culture is driven by three pillars: Our Words (what we say), Our Deeds (what we do) and Our Culture (who we are).
It helps us stay motivated to create moments every day that value backgrounds, opinions and ideas that may be different from our own. To celebrate the unique differences of all our team, and to use their voices and share their ideas to take us where we want to be.
Explore this page to learn more about our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Our diversity statistics
of our Board of Directors is female
Employee Resource Groups
“The people at GM are incredibly friendly and super helpful, and the culture just bleeds positivity. Everyone is more than happy to help you grow your career in a way that produces some of the best products that we can deliver to the customer. It's a win-win.”
“I joined GM for a number of reasons. I wanted a new direction in my career in the EV field. I also wanted to pursue a career in an environment that is encouraging, diverse and inclusive, all of which I have found at GM.”
“My favorite thing about working at General Motors is the people that make it such a special place. There is a “top-down” approach of respect and inclusion that creates a fantastic environment where everyone can thrive and make an impact.”
Read about the people, technologies and commitments that are shaping the future of GM mobility.
Private First Class Morris Ruffin was a United States Marine, a UAW-GM retiree and a dedicated father and grandfather — he was also a military trailblazer for racial equity. PFC Ruffin was honored in 2022 with a posthumous Congressional Gold Medal…
To recognize the 50th anniversary of the Minority Dealer Development Program, we’re highlighting one dealership family’s story ... In 1971, GM’s first African American board member Reverend Dr. Leon H. Sullivan had a vision: to develop “a new Black…