Diversity & Inclusion Recognition
State Farm® is consistently recognized as an employer committed to diversity and inclusion.
Top 100 Most Military–Friendly® Employer
State Farm has been a G.I. Jobs magazine award winner since 2005. This recognition places State Farm in the top two percent of more than 5,000 organizations (2005-2017).
Best Companies for Multicultural Women
Working Mother magazine recognizes State Farm as one of the Best Companies for Multicultural Women (2009-2016).
Top Companies for Executive Women
The National Association of Female Executives (NAFE) names State Farm among its Top Companies for Executive Women for the eighth year in a row (2008-2016).
Best Companies for Diversity
The editors of Black Enterprise Magazine have recognized State Farm on their list of Best Companies for Diversity every year since 2007 (2007-2016).
LATINA Style's 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work
LATINA Style selected State Farm as one of the 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work for the 19th consecutive year (1997-2016).
Top 100 Employers
Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) recognized State Farm for demonstrated commitment to people and an understanding that diversity has bottom-line, business-case value (2008-2011; 2013-2016).
National Recognition for Equality
State Farm has participated in the Human Rights Campaign — Corporate Equality Index each year since 2002. For 2017, State Farm received a perfect score of 100 on the index.
Corporate Achievement Award
The Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies recognized State Farm for sustained support of its mission to fill the political pipeline of Asian American and Pacific Islanders to enter and advance into elected office, and to be a resource to Congress about the AAPI community (2013).
Best Latino Employee Resource Group
The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce recognized the State Farm Hispanic Employee Resource Organization (HERO) as a finalist in the Latino Employee Resource Group Summit and Corporate Challenge (2010).
Brillante Award for Corporate Excellence
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) honored State Farm as a corporate partner with a proven track record of success in the areas of: diversity initiatives, educational advancement and the recruitment and retention of a diverse workforce (2010).
Top Employee Resource Group
State Farm Hispanic Employee Resource Organization (HERO) has been honored as the first recipient of the LATINA Style Employee Resource Group of the Year award recognizing their innovative business solutions, employee development, and community involvement (2010).
Top Diversity Business Advocate in U.S. Asian Markets
Diversity Business.com ranked State Farm #1 for its active and visible role in promoting diversity, inclusion, and engagement in multicultural communities throughout the country (2010).
State Farm was recognized for its many years of service in the Hispanic community, and in particular, for being the lead corporate sponsor for the community's Ya es Hora effort whereby bilingual State Farm agent offices provide citizenship materials and encourage participation in the Census (2010).
Top Corporate Marketer in U.S. Asian-American Market
State Farm was recognized for its commitment to advertising/marketing, sponsorships, civic engagement, executive leadership, and social responsibility/supplier diversity (#1 in 2009, #2 in 2007).
Top 25 Corporations
State Farm Insurance was recognized for its diversity best practices and corporate leadership with one of three Bravo Awards among Fortune 500 companies by the United States Hispanic Advocacy Association (USHAA) (2008).
Outstanding Corporate Partner
OCA (Organization of Chinese Americans) honored State Farm as the Outstanding Corporate Partner making us the only two-time recipient in the award's history (2008, 2002).
Corporate Champions Award
State Farm was recognized for its sustained support of the Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) community by the Japanese American Citizens League (2007).
Corporation of the Year
100 Black Men recognized State Farm for its significant impact on the lives of young African-American men (2006).