Building a Workplace That Reflects Society

As of October 2020

Looking at the data and where we were a year ago, we’ve made progress, but have more work to do.

In terms of gender, we are very close to our goal.

Our U.S. team is 47% female and our global team is 55% female. We are proud to work with AthenaWorks, a tech resourcing firm in South America, whose mission is to create opportunities in engineering for women. Our executive team is 86% female, a rarity in the tech industry, where today only one in five C-suite executives is a woman .
While we are strong on gender diversity, we have more work to do on racial diversity. 

Racial minorities make up 25% of our U.S. team. With our global team included, the percentage rises to 43%. Our management team, which includes executives and people managers, is 87% white. As such, we are focused on increasing the racial diversity in our U.S. team, both overall and in management.
The team at Whitepages is gay, straight, introverts, extroverts, 20 to 62 years old, and from nine different countries. 

We celebrate our diversity, literally and figuratively, including at our annual Pride party - one of the most popular company events. The team is also really into food, so there is a lot of sharing of cultures, backgrounds, and opinions over meals – in person and now over Zoom as we are working remotely to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
  1. King County Demographic Trends
  2. Korn Ferry survey, 2019