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Our society still suffers from far too many cases of distrust, hatred, and racism. This is not the world we should accept as a society. We must push ourselves to influence change and create compassion. State Farm® has long been committed to helping build safer, stronger communities. We condemn all violence and harassment motivated by hatred and bigotry, and we embrace the responsibility to work with others to make the world around us better.
Stories Worth Sharing is a series of videos intended to highlight various employee groups sharing their unique lived experiences – personal and professional. This montage highlights portions of stories from the first series, focused on some of our Black/African American employees’ stories.
Diversity and inclusion are central to everything we do. It’s evident in every relationship we have – within the workplace where all associates are treated with respect and dignity, across the marketplace by how we interact with our customers and suppliers, and in the community through charitable giving and community service.
Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is reflected in how we value relationships, how we conduct business, and how we lead our organization.
We embrace diversity and inclusion because it’s simply the right thing to do.
State Farm strives to be known for our commitment to diversity and inclusion. We are stronger and better together when we seek the broadest perspectives, invite fresh, new ideas and encourage healthy, respectful debate. But these are just words. We make this real when we each commit and empower ourselves to continue to nurture an environment where diversity and inclusion are welcome and expected in everything we do. Our customers and associates deserve nothing less.
Chairman, President, and CEO
As a community of good neighbors, we openly bring our different skills, backgrounds, and experiences to work. Our Company culture gives us the freedom to be our authentic selves and share our perspectives and ideas to help each other and State Farm succeed. We give our employees opportunities to connect with each other, learn, and grow – both personally and professionally.
Helping is at the heart of who we are. We're aware of the needs of others and the realities they face because we’ve been there. It's an understanding reflected in our values and in our rich history of giving back to the communities where we live and work. What matters to you matters to us.
We are a company that cares. We're committed to offering solutions that meet people where they are and help them get where they want to go. We do our best to understand their struggles and challenges as well as their hopes and dreams, so that we can help them in every phase of life.
Running a business takes help from inside and outside the Company. We support a diverse supplier base to help meet the needs of the business, local communities, and customers. Our suppliers add to our team of good neighbors - together we work hard to deliver on the State Farm promise.
Our diverse employees and independent contractor agents represent a wide spectrum of lived experiences that enrich the State Farm family. By leveraging the power of all of our associates’ perspectives and backgrounds and encouraging everyone to bring their authentic selves to work each day, we promote creativity in thinking, produce better solutions for our customers, and bring attention to organizational excellence. I am proud to work for a company that honors the unique ways our employees and independent contractor agents contribute to meeting the needs of our customers.
Chief Diversity Officer and Vice President, Public Affairs
State Farm named a Disability Equality Index Top Scorer in our first attempt.
Recognized as a Military Friendly company supporting veterans and military employees, since 2009.
The award recognizes companies committed to building workplaces where women in technology roles can thrive. Participated 2018 - 2020.
Received a perfect score of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign – Corporate Equality Index, since 2016.
Awarded by the National Association of Female Executives, since 2008.
Selected by LATINA Style, since 1998.
Recognized by HACR each year, since 2009. For 2020, State Farm was recognized as a HACR CII Five Star Company within the category of Employment.
Recognized by Seramount (previously Working Mother Magazine) from 2009-2021.
State Farm is recognized among the leading P&C insurance companies in the world, in 2006 and from 2008-2020.
State Farm achieved the honor of being named a Leading Inclusion Index Company by Seramount 2020-2021.
Recognized by "Working Mother" magazine as an organization which recognizes the increasing need to help fathers be equal parenting partners.
"Working Mother" magazine recognized State Farm for its inclusive benefits for families.
Recognized by the editors of “Black Enterprise Magazine,” since 2007.
Senior Vice President Annette Martinez was selected as the 2018 Diversity Champion for Women by the National Association of Female Executives (NAFE).
Recognized for outstanding achievement in increasing minority and women owned law firm participation.
Recognized by Black Data Processing Associates, from 2008-2011 and 2013-2018.