It’s our people who make Bank of America what it is today. We realize the power of diversity and value all our differences — in thought, style, culture, experience, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Thanks to our teammates, we are a stronger company. At Bank of America, we strive to help all employees reach their full potential. Our support comes through in our values, policies and benefit programs, which have helped to create an inclusive environment where differences are welcome and respected.Read More
We continue to focus on maintaining an inclusive environment that supports everything that makes our colleagues unique and provides resources to help them grow professionally and personally.Read More
For years, kiss cams have been a big part of American sports culture. In 2017, Love Has No Labels put a twist on the kiss cam by turning it into a symbol for unbiased love. In a video produced by the Ad Council, fans throughout the stadium cheered for love in all its forms - regardless of race, gender, disability, age or religion.Read More
Bank of America employees and friends came together in cities around the country to support one another during Pride celebrations and events. Locally, Employee Network chapters participated in Pride parades, festivals and other programs in support of the communities where many of us live and work.Read More
Arden Canecchia first thought about having a family when he met his now husband, Rich.
“As a gay man, I didn’t grow up thinking that getting married and having a family were in my cards,” said Arden. “Rich changed that for me.”
Twelve years after they met, the couple exchanged vows before family and friends in New Jersey. Then, they turned their attention to starting a family.Read More
Everyone deserves to be treated with fairness and respect. It’s not a radical idea. So why do so many people report feeling discriminated against?
That’s why the Ad Council’s Love Has No Labels campaign seeks to promote inclusion by encouraging people to recognize their implicit biases. Implicit biases unknowingly influence the way we treat people, the way we interact with strangers and friends and the way we view the world.Read More