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Diversity and Inclusion at Work

Work Like a Good Neighbor

Our workplace is shaped by how we interact with each other and our customers. Every conversation, every new idea, and every interaction is influenced by our good neighbor philosophy. State Farm associates work together to create an environment that invites different viewpoints, and where the unique qualities of each associate are respected and valued.We are made stronger by the diverse talents and experiences we bring to our work, and we’re united in serving our customers.

Our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) offer a way for employees to connect, learn, and share insights that benefit them, the Company, our customers, and our communities.

ERGs at State Farm are formed around the following groups:

  • African American/Black
  • Asian
  • Generations
  • Hispanic/Latino/Latina
  • Men
  • Mid-to-late Career Professionals
  • Military
  • Parents/Families
  • People with Disabilities
  • Women
  • Young Business Professionals

We’re proud of the differences that make us who we are. Take a look at how we connect and learn from each other.

“He only got the job because he’s gay.”
“She doesn’t smile enough.”
“So he’s a she now?”
“He talks so white.”
“I can’t take her seriously with that hair.”
“Can she even speak English?”
As we grow up, we face different challenges. But one thing we each have in common—there’s a unique story behind us all.
Gus, Air Force National Guard Veteran
Gus, Grassroots Specialist
Tiffany, Diagnosed Anxiety
Tiffany, Secretary II
Enna, Has Always Known She’s Female
Enna, Infra Analyst Specialist
Michael, Mentor for Minority Men
Michael, Bank Supervisor
Alli, Married Mom of 2
Alli, Claim Team Manager
Mimchong, 2 Master’s Degrees
Catastrophe Research Manager
Born in Haiti.
We were all born with a different purpose, and that’s something to celebrate. Because it’s our rich diversity that produces our best work. When we embrace our differences, And treat each other with mutual respect, there’s nothing we can’t accomplish.
Raised by Single Mother
Single Father
Former Peace Corps Volunteer
Visually Impaired
Adopted Her Son from Russia
Motorcycle Enthusiast
Culinary Arts Certified
Proud Puppy Dad