At CBRE, we see diversity and inclusion as an essential and enabling forces within our company. We are committed to fostering an environment that:
- Reflects the diversity of clients we serve
- Provides everyone with the opportunity to succeed
- Values the differences of each individual, and
- Recognizes their contributions to our firm's success
One example of this commitment is our corporate support for various employee networking groups:
African-American Networking Group
The African-American Network Group's (AANG) vision is to advance diversity and inclusion as a core value benefitting CBRE, our clients, and our communities, with a particular focus on recruiting, retaining and developing our black professionals.
AANG Mission Statement
To deliver a platform and cultivate relationships where…
AANG operates as a vital contributor to the Company’s business and financial success through time
AANG supports talent readiness and development for CBRE’s black professionals at all levels
AANG contributes to CBRE’s earned reputation as the best place to work in the real estate industry for diverse professionals
Hispanic Networking Group
The CBRE Hispanic Network focuses on building meaningful relationships amongst CBRE Hispanic employees and the community to leverage entrepreneurial capabilities, increase professional development and business opportunities. Created in 2006, the goals of the Hispanic Network are to provide its members networking and information exchange opportunities; create opportunities for individual career development; recruit more minorities into the company; and position the Hispanic Network as a vehicle for community service and outreach.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Networking Group
The CBRE Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Networking Group provides an open-minded support system for conducting business and addressing the personal requirements of our LGBT community. The network acts as an advocate for and advisor to our LGBT employees, while helping shape CBRE practices and programs to ensure a business community in which merit supersedes sexual orientation and gender.
Women's Networking Group
Good ideas come from people. Great ideas come from a group of people working together. Brilliant ideas come from a diverse group of people working together toward a common goal. This is the primary idea behind the Women's Network at CBRE. Started as a grassroots movement in 2000, the Women's Network was founded by a diverse group of employees who toward the common goal of making CBRE the best place to work, not just for women, but for everyone.