Brian Reaves, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

      Dell Technologies is committed to becoming the employer of choice for all

      Our company lives by the mantra, “What gets measured, gets done,” so it’s my pleasure to share our 2019 Diversity & Inclusion Report. This report features many of the steps we’re taking to ensure Dell Technologies is made up of the most exceptional talent, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or background. 

      In addition to showing where we are today, our report outlines the strategic work we’re doing to evolve even further and help change the narrative of diversity in tech. Building an inclusive culture and a workforce that’s representative of our diverse, global customers is not only morally correct, it’s a business imperative.

    • Diversity and inclusion helps drive innovation and growth, and is critical to the long-term success of our company. I'm proud of the legacy we are building as an employer of choice for all, and appreciate the contributions of all of our team members in more than 180 countries around the world.

      Michael Dell
    • Highlighted 2019 achievements

    • Building and attracting the future workforce


        Investing in STEM education for K–12 students

        Opened new Solar Learning Labs in communities that lack reliable electricity access.


        Preparing diverse college students for STEM careers

        Launched Project Immersion, bringing our cutting-edge technology curriculum to universities including our HBCU partners.


        Supporting professionals to reenter the workforce

        Scaled Dell Career ReStart to help hires smoothly transition to work after family leave, military service and more.   



        Providing diverse talent with a clear leadership path

        Created Diverse Leadership Accelerator Program, with intensive coaching and sponsorship to help high-performing women advance at Dell Technologies.


        Creating empowered teams for positive business impact

        Launched Dell Autism Hiring Program; invested in innovative support programs for neurodiverse, veteran and LGBTQ+ team members. 



        Knocking down barriers to mitigate bias

        Engaged all Dell Technologies leaders and 14,000+ team members in candid diversity discussions through Many Advocating Real Change.


        Strong partnerships for stronger progress

        Joined the Reboot Representation Tech Coalition to bring more underrepresented women of color into our industry.

    • By the Numbers

      Our workforce demographics reflect the strides we’ve made toward greater diversity and inclusion, and the work we still have left to do. We are committed to providing transparency into our progress.

    Global Gender Diversity

    • Our workforce demographics show that 30.4% of Dell Technologies team members identify as women — a year-over-year improvement of 1%. Representation of women in people leader and nontechnical roles also increased. We saw a slight decline (0.4%) of women in technical roles, and this will continue to be a focus area in 2020 and beyond.


    U.S. Ethnicity

    • Overall, we saw a steady increase in the number of Dell Technologies team members in the U.S. who identify as black/African American or Hispanic/Latino. The highest year-over-year growth occurred in technical roles, where black/African American representation grew by 1.2% and Hispanic/Latino representation grew by 1%.