Our Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion


We are committed to demonstrating mutual respect and appreciation for our similarities and differences (for example, race, color, culture, gender, sexual orientation, religion, education, ethnicity, age, language, physical ability and thought) so that each employee can realize his or her potential and we exceed our customers’ expectations.

Andersen is a proud signatory of the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion initiative, the largest CEO-driven business commitment to advance diversity and inclusion within the workplace. By signing the coalition’s pledge, Jay Lund, Andersen Chairman and CEO, joins more than 500 companies and organizations, spanning sectors, industries, geographies, and size, who agree to:

  • Cultivate workplaces that support open dialogue on complex, and sometimes difficult, conversations about diversity and inclusion
  • Implement and expand unconscious bias education
  • Share best known—and unsuccessful—actions.
After the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Andersen's Chairman and CEO Jay Lund joined more than 40 executive leaders from across the state to stand united against acts of racism and violence. Read the collective statement here.

Celebrating Diversity

A proud part of our culture is embracing individual differences and celebrating diversity. Some of these celebrations are highlighted below.

Hear From Our Employees 

Employee Resource Networks

We strive for an environment where every person is safe, respected and can be their authentic self. Employees throughout the Andersen enterprise are welcome to join any of the many employee resource networks. These are voluntary, employee-led groups that encourage personal and professional development, promote diversity and drive company and individual growth through a network of employees leveraging their collective range of skills, talents and diverse perspectives. Members of employee resource networks typically share a common affinity such as allyship, ethnicity, gender, cultural identity, etc. Each ERN is sponsored by a member of Andersen’s Executive Committee.
African Descent Network
African Descent Network (ADN) is dedicated to making Andersen an employer of choice for Black professionals and allies. ADN members are focused on attracting, retaining and developing top talent, and are committed to representing the Andersen brand through community engagement, volunteerism, and philanthropy.
Young Professionals
Andersen Young Professionals Network supports the education, engagement, and connection of emerging employees through career development, mentoring, cross-functional networking, and learning opportunities.
Pride+ Network
PRIDE+ members support a fully equitable community at Andersen for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer, intersex, asexual (LGBTQIA) people and allies.
Women Leaders of Andersen
With a purpose to empower, support and inspire women in their career and lives, the Women Leaders of Andersen support the development and advancement of women. Members aim to influence a culture of parity, create allies for women, connect women to build meaningful networks and give back to support the communities where we live and work.
Asian/Pacific Islander
The Asian Pacific Islander employee resource network aims to foster professional development, networking opportunities and discuss issues of interest to the larger Asian and Pacific Islander community within Andersen.
Military Connections

Our Military Connections employee resource network helps to lead initiatives and assist with identifying resources and support for our veterans, active military employees and their families.

Andersen Corporation is proud to be recognized as a Yellow Ribbon Company.

South Asian Network
South Asia is one of the most diverse parts of the world, and their culture is completely entwined in language, ethnicity, and religion. The South Asian ERN is formed to create awareness within Andersen of the culture and encourage engagement from employees belonging to the South Asian part of the world. (India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and others).