“When I think of inclusivity I think of acceptance. It doesn’t matter where someone comes from or who they are, they will always be acknowledged and respected.” – Jessica Lopez, Senior Recruiter at Comcast NBCUniversal and New Mexico OUT at Comcast member.
At Comcast NBCUniversal, diversity and inclusion are part of our DNA. We’ve been named one of the Human Rights Campaign’s Best Places to Work for more than five years in a row. This is due in part to Employee Resource Groups like OUT at Comcast, whose mission is to connect LGBTQ employees and straight allies by contributing to a workplace environment that is aware, inclusive and productive for all.
Comcast is proud to have participated in Albuquerque PrideFest for more than six years. Comcast’s involvement is organized by our local Xfinity team and local OUT at Comcast members. During this year’s PrideFest on June 8 and 9, attendees can participate in a silent disco dance party and talk with our employees about available services and products at our booth.
“We have a small but mighty group that is eager to make a difference not only within the workplace but within the community as well. We are super excited to participate in the Pride Parade on June 9th.” – Jessica Lopez
Comcast is proud to sponsor and participate in Albuquerque PrideFest, not only because we believe in valuing the authenticity of every employee, but because the diversity of our workforce is vital to our business. Diversity and inclusion enable us to create and support original programming that reflects real people and their experiences, and to develop products that better serve millions of customers across the United States and around the world.
Events like Pride provide us the opportunity to show our deep commitment to an inclusive culture that encourages, supports, and celebrates the diverse voices of our employees. These values fuel our innovation and connects us more closely to the communities we serve.
Read more about our focus on building and supporting a workforce that reflects the communities we serve here.