As a Minority Owned Business (MBE), respect and inclusivity are fundamental to how we interact with our clients, each other, and our community. Our teams undergo training about diversity, inclusion, implicit bias, sensitivity, and more.
Our learning is ongoing. As society shifts and inequalities are addressed around the world, we stay informed and remember that we learn more when we learn together—from each other, with each other, and for each other.
“Every day, it's important to create an inclusive company culture where everyone can be their authentic, energetic self." - Travis Jones, SVP of North America
We are committed to supporting diversity within our own organization as well as client Supplier Diversity initiatives that promote an ethnically diverse vendor supply base.Our Government Contract Vehicles & Certifications
We are certified as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) by the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. (NMSDC), the Northwest Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council and Washington state's Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE).
We are recognized as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) by Washington state, the Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE) and the federal program, in compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Our DE&I Committee promotes acceptance and empowerment of all people. In action, this means cultivating an increasingly diverse workforce, promoting inclusion, and driving positive change in our broader communities.
We maintain awareness of current events and advocate for social change, particularly for LGBTQIA+ people and in support of movements like Black Lives Matter.
We support our community and local outreach organizations through donations of dollars, practical time, and mentoring. We have chosen organizations who promote employment that values youth of color, building the next generation of leaders. Volunteering is a large part of our company culture. Employees are encouraged to participate in quarterly events and are given paid time off for volunteer hours. Every year, we select one employee as the Volunteer of the Year and donate to an organization of their choosing.
We've proudly been a Keystone Partner with the Rainier Scholars since 2017.Read more
We worked with community members to build a rugby league for WA youth.Read more
We support Leaders for Africa through our sponsorship of Eunice Naswali.Read more
We are a consistent supporter of our community's local food bank.Read more