We live and breathe in a world that is full of diversity, and as a result we’re given many opportunities to grow, learn, and be limitless. At GM, it’s up to us to create an environment of diverse characteristics contributed by an abundant group of people. The result? By generating a culture of inclusion, not only is GM making our customers happy, but our employees happy, too. Take a look at the facts highlighting the amazing work of GM’s talented African American and Hispanic employees.
About GM: Diversity at General Motors
to President: One
Grace Lieblein started as a co-op student at General Motors Assembly Division in1978. Eventually, she became the first woman President and Managing Director of GM de Mexico and the President and Managing Director of GM de Brasil.
Click to watch Grace’s impressive story.
GM Hispanic Engineers
Honored at 2014 HACR
The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) and their HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers (YHCA) Program, spotlight young Hispanics who have shown exceptional leadership qualities and capabilities within their corporation. This year, GM Latina Engineers, Diana Ortega and Nydia Correa, were among the elite group of recipients.
Diversity is Critical
At GM, we drive diversity throughout the company by focusing on an inclusive environment that welcomes and enables all employees to perform at their highest potential. Please explore below to learn more about our community efforts, sponsorships, employee resource groups and to stay current with GM’s diversity events.
Watch as Chief Diversity Officer Ken Barrett further explains this philosophy.
Heritage at GM
Every September 15 through October 15, the US celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month - but at GM, we know the accomplishments of Hispanics should be celebrated throughout the year. That’s why we interviewed Antoinette Fox, Senior Program Support Engineer, Powertrain ME President and President of GM’s Hispanic Initiative Team, and Alba Colon, Program Manager at GM, to share how they’re a driving force for Hispanics and the GM community.