At Fannie Mae, diversity and inclusion are fundamental parts of who we are and how we work. As a company, we reflect the diverse communities we serve. Our richly diverse and inclusive workforce brings a level of understanding that is critical as we provide simple and certain tools to support our customers, and work to strengthen the housing finance system. Having a work environment that support diversity and inclusion enables us to fulfill our vision of being America’s most valued housing partner.
At Fannie Mae, we know diversity and inclusion is not an obligation, it's an opportunity. That's why we created an office of Diversity and Inclusion more than 20 years ago. And today, our company is one of the most diverse companies in the financial services industry. We’re not complacent about our diverse workforce; we’re working every day to ensure that we are an inclusive organization. Our goal is to continue to have a company where employees can do their best work, be their best selves, and experience continuous growth. I'm proud to lead these efforts.
Why is diversity and inclusion a vital part of who we are and what we do at Fannie Mae? It allows us to better serve America's diverse housing market. Simply put, we believe that a diverse, inclusive workforce makes us a better place to work and helps us achieve better business results for the people who count on us.
Engaging our Employees
Our goal is to support an inclusive culture that enables all employees to be fully engaged and feel respected and valued for who they are, enabling them to do their best work and achieve the company’s vision to be America's most valued housing partner. Ten different Employee Resource Groups—including African American, LGBT, Indians in the U.S., Christian, Young Professionals, and Muslim—offer employees of all backgrounds and interests a chance to connect, learn, and grow as we support Fannie Mae's important work.
Interested in learning more? Contact the Office of Diversity & Inclusion.