As we evolve our internal culture at SurveyMonkey and make progress with our vision to raise the bar for human experiences, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) remain at the forefront of our minds.
We’ve long known that diverse companies have access to a wealth of different perspectives that fuel better decisions. It’s clear by now that equitable employers empower more creative and innovative people than the systems of the status quo. Inclusive cultures are healthy, enduring and productive.
Today, building a workplace where everyone feels a sense of belonging and is treated fairly is table stakes. We believe that companies must take a stand. We must all take action using our resources and voices to help build a better world.
At SurveyMonkey, we believe that reaching our DEI goals is just as important as meeting our financial goals. We believe that it’s a business imperative. And we believe that we have a responsibility to create a more diverse, inclusive and equitable world for everyone.
Our representation goals reflect our belief that diverse representation has a positive impact on our business. Our work promoting it will never truly be done.
Our current representation numbers are a snapshot of who we are today, with plenty of room to grow.
"Diversity, equity and inclusion aren’t just words we use; they’re a filter through which we examine our teams and our business and, most importantly, how we deliver social impact."
Antoine Andrews (he, him), Chief Diversity and Social Impact Officer
Learn about the causes SurveyMonkey cares about most and what we're doing to address them.
Our employee resource groups help us build community across the globe. These voluntary and employee-led groups revolve around a shared interest or common goal and provide a space where individuals at SurveyMonkey can formally or informally connect.
BUILD (Blacks United in Leadership and Development) aims to promote the welfare and continued professional development of the black community at SurveyMonkey through community partnerships, leadership development and educational opportunities.
CARE (Community, Advocacy, Respite, Education) strives to strengthen the experiences of and create a sense of community for caregivers in the workplace by providing support and resources for employees balancing career and caregiving responsibilities.
Mosaic strives to strengthen the experiences and advancement of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the workplace by increasing awareness of their diverse and multicultural community, fostering connections and promoting professional development.
Neurotopia’s mission is to strengthen and sustain SurveyMonkey’s diversity and inclusion efforts for employees living with neurodiverse conditions, as well as those who are family members or allies of those with neurodiverse conditions.
This group aims to create an accepting and inclusive environment that serves the needs and interests of all SurveyMonkey employees and the surrounding communities, regardless of gender identity and sexual orientation.
Unidos’ mission is to unite Latinx/a/o employees, celebrate their diverse cultural backgrounds while supporting their professional journey and educate the larger team about key topics facing the community.
WIN’s (Women IN SurveyMonkey) goal is to strengthen women in the workplace through educational programmes, partnerships and events that provide information, connections, resources and opportunities.
We have dedicated diversity, inclusion and impact groups (DIIGs) in various offices that drive locally relevant events, programming and training to foster an inclusive work environment in their office and the local community.