Frankly, I think [diversity is] our problem to figure out. I think that responsibility rests on us and our companies in the industry to make sure that we get to that. And there's so much research that shows that you need diverse teams to do the best work. So it's important that we do better on diversity, not only because it's the right thing to do for the country and for the people, but because that's the only way we're going to serve our community the best.

– Mark Zuckerberg, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Diversity isn't optional
To bring the world closer together, diversity is a must-have for Meta—not an option. Hiring people with different backgrounds and experiences helps us build better products and make better decisions. We’re committed to building a workforce that’s as diverse as the communities we serve. Read more about our progress in our 2022 Diversity Report.
Making an Impact
We are proud of the impact diversity is having on who we are and what we do. Allow us to introduce a few of the people making a difference at Meta.
Ale T., Employee Relations Partner, Sao Paulo
Imani D., Global Head of Technical Analytics, Business, Menlo Park
Mirella D., Solutions Engineer, Latin America
Hani S., Software Engineering Manager, Tel Aviv
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Our efforts to find, grow and keep diverse talent are delivering tangible results — and we're just getting started.
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