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UberHue

Employee resource group

Uber's community for Black employees and allies

Our goal

Our mission is to provide a channel that promotes Black diversity, culture, and inclusion for all employees at Uber.

We chose the name Hue to represent how diverse the Black experience can be, just like colors vary along a full spectrum. Whether our members are of African or West Indian heritage, grew up in the US, come from mixed families, or identify most closely as allies, UberHue is a community where we support one another.

"Enhancing the diversity of our teams and the experience of Black employees at Uber is good for our teams, and also good for Uber as a whole. I've been so inspired by the important ideas and projects coming out of UberHue and am thrilled to be a part of such an impactful ERG."

 

Meghan Verena Joyce

Regional General Manager, US & Canada Cities, & Executive Sponsor of UberHue

Global Reach

This year we launched UberHue groups in locations in Europe, Africa, and Latin America.

Coalition of Black Excellence Week

This Black History Month, in partnership with OurCollective.us, we spearheaded the creation of the first ever Coalition of Black Excellence Week in the Bay Area.

Over 40 tech companies and community partners came together to surface educational, inspirational, and entertaining events. The week culminated in the Code Black Gala, which honored those business leaders and community partners who were driving change in Silicon Valley.

Starting Conversations

In support of the Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign, we hosted a series of fireside chats with Meena Harris and special guests in multiple Uber offices. The purpose of these fireside chats was to discuss the importance of diversity in the workplace with successful women of color.