Diversity and inclusion
There’s no question where we stand. Every day, we’re working toward policies and support of equal rights causes. We proudly stand with women, people of color, immigrants, and the LGBTQ+ community.
A commitment to LGBTQ+ rights
Through community outreach, training, and recruitment and retention, we’re working to create a workplace where everyone can be authentic to who they are.
Uber’s LGBTQ+ Employee Resource Group
The UberPride Employee Resource Group works to build a workplace and community where LGBTQ+ individuals can feel welcome, supported, and empowered to be their best selves.
Immigrants and race
Uber for everyone
We work hard to deliver better diversity and true inclusion for riders, drivers, and employees representing more than 65 countries.
Uber supports immigrants
When the travel bans were enacted in early 2017, we helped drivers and their families who were affected, including reuniting dozens of families and providing free legal assistance to hundreds more.
Protecting riders’ and drivers’ rights
If people ever feel uncomfortable or disrespected when they’re riding or driving with Uber, they have the right to end the trip. Learn more about our Community Guidelines.
An inclusive and diverse workplace
People who work at Uber come from many different backgrounds. Our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are designed to support and empower these communities.
“Diversity and inclusion isn’t just about redesigning a single system or a process, but also about giving people real developmental opportunities that change everyday behaviors and attitudes. With the right actions, diverse teams can become our single greatest asset because they are what drive innovation.”
Bo Young Lee, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Uber
$3 million. 3 years. Greater diversity for the greater good.
Over the next 3 years, we’re dedicating $3 million to support organizations working to bring more women and underrepresented people into tech. Some of the programs we’re supporting include:
- BUILD: use entrepreneurship to help youth from under-resourced communities to high school, college, and career success
- Code.org: increase participation in STEM by women and underrepresented minorities
- Girls Who Code: help close the gender gap in technology
- SMASH: help eliminate the barriers faced by underrepresented people of color in STEM and foster their untapped talent
- Technovation: teach girls around the world the skills they need to be tech entrepreneurs and leaders