Diversity, Equity + Inclusion

Making an impact on culture
Starts with us

We're committed to creating an inclusive environment that celebrates diversity and strives for equity, and we've got the plan to back it up.

Diversity Data

Facts + Figures

Our work is influenced by the culture that surrounds us, and we want our company to reflect that. We're publishing our data to be transparent about where we are versus where we need to be.

Partners + Napier

88%

White

12%

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color)

U.S. Population

60%

White

40%

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color)

We know that race/ethnicity is only one element of diversity, and many identities intersect. We will continue to improve our data measurement to become more inclusive. Click here for a full breakdown of our current numbers.

Measuring Success

It's easy to say you're committed to change, so we've set some specific goals to hold ourselves accountable.

01

By end of 2021

Increase our percentage of BIPOC talent by 50%

02

By end of 2022

Double our percentage of BIPOC talent

03

By 2025

Match the U.S. population

Empowering Change

We established a decentralized model for taking action, driven by four core pillars. Each of our pillars has a dedicated team working to create a positive, lasting impact.

Talent

We’re committed to driving measurable changes to the diversity of our talent and inclusive environment at our agency.

Partnerships

We’re committed to partnerships that align with our values of diversity and inclusion. This includes our vendors, clients, and other industry partners.

Training + Education

We’re committed to education on the issues of systemic racism so we can create a more progressive workplace and community.

Community

We’re committed to creating measurable changes in the familiarity, connectedness, and collaboration between Partners + Napier and communities of color.

We ♥ Roc

Community Collaborations

We’re making a difference right here, right now by sharing our skills with our neighbors.

NeighborGood

The NeighborGood Design program connects local small business owners of color with creative support services in an effort to help amplify these businesses and brands, combat economic and opportunity gaps, and build a stronger, more inclusive community.

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