The power of our people

What makes working at Bloomberg Industry Group so great? Our people using the diversity of their experiences to inform their perspectives.

Our commitment to diversity & inclusion

We are committed to making Bloomberg Industry Group more diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Today, about 50% of our employees, managers, and external hires are women. And people of color represent almost 30% of our workforce, 22% of our managers, and almost 40% of our external hires over the past 12 months. However, we still have important work to do to become the organization we aspire to be. Read more about the efforts we are undertaking.

We commit on every level

We recognize that having a diverse workforce is paramount to our success.

A diverse workforce brings a variety of unique and valuable skills and perspectives to our company. Bloomberg Industry Group’s definition of diversity goes beyond race and gender to also include: age, sexual orientation, disability, religion, national origin, educational background, parental status, political affiliation, and other intangibles such as ideas, procedures, and ways of doing things. We believe that a broad definition of diversity fosters an environment of inclusion.

We will continue to concentrate on implementing policies and practices that foster diversity in recruitment, retention, career management, and employee engagement.

Empowering people to be their best

From Employee Resource Groups to diversity seminars and events that promote inclusion, diversity, and connection.

What’s been your proudest achievement/contribution?

Our virtual all-hands meeting where I was able to moderate a panel and community activity that I developed and designed to allow for an open discussion about the role of marketers in 2020.

What makes Bloomberg Industry Group a unique place to work?

Being surrounded by VERY smart colleagues who are knowledgeable in their respective fields. Everyone that I have come across so far has been helpful and welcoming and that makes coming to work more enjoyable.

What advice would you give women considering pursuing a career in engineering?

 Be intellectually curious, don’t give up (especially when you feel you are in the darkest moment), don’t let anyone else tell you that you are not good enough, and keep trying to be the best version of yourself.

Nnaemeke Offodile
Senior Conceptual Designer
Reema Patel

Practice Lead, U.S. International Tax

Michelle Lee
VP of Engineering

Employee Resource Groups

We support eight employee-run communities whose members serve as role models and spread a message of inclusion throughout our workplace.

ACHIEVE: Women’s Community
ARISE: AAPI Community
Black Professional Community
OPEN: LGBTQ+ and Ally Community
REACH: Young Professionals Community
SALUTE: Military and Veterans Community
¡VIVA!: Latinx Community
Working Families Community

How we celebrate

By celebrating the backgrounds of our workforce, we shatter ceilings while promoting inclusion through heritage months.

During Pride month, we hung various Pride flags in our pantry and explained what they represent in the LGBTQ+ community.


To honor Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Jeannie Baumann, a legal health reporter, hosted a virtual Doonya Bollywood-inspired high-energy dance class.


To celebrate Black History Month, our Black Professional Community attended a performance by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at the Kennedy Center.


Inclusion in our products

In addition to working to foster a diverse and inclusive culture among our team, we also strive to incorporate D&I in our content and products in meaningful ways.

The Black General Counsel Project

A news series that takes the pulse of 39 top lawyers in the Fortune 1000 and the work they’re doing to increase diversity.

Black Lawyers Speak

A podcast series about the unique experiences of Black lawyers at law firms and the current efforts being made to fix the dearth of diversity there.

Social Justice and Diversity News

A dedicated news channel that zeroes in on the justice system, employment law, health care access, the environment, and corporate and law firm business practices.

Bloomberg Law’s DEI Framework

The Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Framework is a listing of law firms that meet or exceed a rising standard for diversity, equity, and inclusion in their firm.

Giving pro bono lawyers access to Bloomberg Law

We offer complimentary access to Bloomberg Law to all grantees of the Legal Services Corporation, which provides funding to independent nonprofit legal aid programs throughout the U.S. We also offer 90-day complimentary access to pro bono lawyers via Paladin, whose mission is to increase access to justice by helping legal teams run more efficient pro bono programs serving those most in need.

Supplier diversity

It is the policy of Bloomberg Industry Group to foster the productivity and economic growth of small, disabled, veteran, women- and minority-owned businesses. We provide fair and equal procurement opportunities for all capable competitive suppliers and vendors.

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