ETHNICITY EMPLOYEE NETWORK
Bank of England
Ethnic Minorities (BEEM) Network Bank of England
Celebrating the cultural diversity of its staff, the BEEM network helps develop, progress, and realise BAME individuals potential in their Bank career, while encouraging inclusivity for those outside the Bank.
Black Asian Minority Ethnic Network
The Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) network gives ethnically diverse colleagues an opportunity to share experiences and develop their careers at Tesco.
Black Employee Network EMEA
Adobe’s inclusivity network seeks to recruit and train black individuals across the tech industry at large, celebrating unique differences and shared similarities.
Black Networking Alliance
The Black Network Alliance (BNA) is one of over a dozen ERGs in Dell Technologies. The BNA specifically helps to establish working relationships between black professionals at Dell.
Black and Minority Ethnic Network
The NHS BME Network is an independent Network open to all Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) people, including staff, patients, service users and carers.
Black@Kearney represents the company’s commitment to the recruitment of black people, expanding the cultural growth and diversity of their offices worldwide.
EMPOWERED is an employee resource group that works to improve all Oliver Wyman employees’ understanding of difference in regards to race, ethnicity, and culture.
Ethnically Diverse Group of Employees (EDGE)
EDGE is open to all Corning employees and strives to be a place for cultural celebration and personal development, where diversity contributes to Corning’s success.
Faith and Minority Ethnic Network
Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
The Faith and Minority Ethnic (FAME) Network is responsible for developing race and faith confidence in BEIS. FAME regularly hosts events and targeted campaigns to raise awareness of race and faith issues
Origins, Nationality and Ethnicity (ONE) Employee Resource Group
The ONE employee resource group provides a collective voice to ensure constructive changes can be made at Standard Chartered, continuing to improve the company’s inclusivity where all employees are able to fulfil their potential.