Thousands of Voices.
one Message.

NVIDIA’s story of diversity and inclusion is best told by
our employees in how they work, live, and interact.

Striving to Create a More Diverse Culture

We want NVIDIA to be a place where the best people can do their life’s work... Attracting and developing employees with diverse backgrounds and experiences is key to unlocking our full potential in creating groundbreaking products.

- Jensen Huang, Founder and CEO

Better Together

We’re always working to build a more just, decent, and inclusive company. Read more about our strategy, and download our corporate social responsibility report for our progress to date.

BETTER TOGETHER

We strive to create a culture that recognizes the unique contributions of all employees. We’re always working to build a more just, decent, and inclusive company.

TEAMING FOR SUCCESS

“Our goal is for every individual to know people care, that they are welcomed, they are safe, and they’re being given everything they need to be successful.”

- Ivett, Head of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging

Solving the world’s greatest challenges takes a whole new level of teamwork—across departments, senior management, and international offices. Everyone has access to those they need within the company. Everyone has a voice. This is central to our culture of transparency, openness, and inclusion.

Teaming for Success

OUR PEOPLE COME FIRST

We care about how we do our work and how we treat people, and that comes straight from the top.

We believe that if we take care of our employees and their families, they will bring their best selves to the office every day.

Disability Inclusion

Disability Inclusion

An inclusive workplace for people living with disabilities.

Disability Equality Index
Lgbtq Community Leadership

LGBTQ Community Leadership

Advanced policies and benefits for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer employees.

CORPORATE EQUALITY INDEX
Gender Equality

Gender Equality

Inclusive culture, equal pay, and benefits for parents and those who wish to become parents.

Gender Equality Index

THE POWER OF COMMUNITY

“NVIDIA provided a nurturing environment for me when I first started...I’ve had the freedom to just explore and learn completely new things I never expected to learn.”

- Gary, Solutions Architect

Asian Pacific Islander & Allies. Black NVIDIAN Network. Early Career Network. Hispanic-Latino Network. NV Pride. NVIDIA Disability Network. Veterans@NVIDIA. Women in Technology. Our community resource groups play a big role in the NVIDIA experience. They’re supported not only by employees and upper management. Our CEO partners with them to better understand and address their concerns. 

OUR COMMITMENT TO PAY PARITY

Since 2015, we’ve used an external firm to analyze our pay practices for gender and ethnicity across 75+ dimensions. We’ve achieved pay parity for the past several years and are committed to continuing this practice.

OUR GREAT BENEFITS*

Family

Family

Coverage for adoption, IVF, and egg freezing

Education

Education

Funds for repaying student loans

Flexibility

Flexibility

Plenty of time off to rejuvenate and explore

Diversity by the Numbers

We set internal goals to increase our hiring of women and underrepresented communities in technology, track our success, and make any needed adjustments to ensure a diverse, representative workforce. There’s room for improvement, but we’re making progress:

  • 23% of our Board of Directors are women; 38% of our Board is gender, racially, or ethnically diverse.
  • 40% of named executive officers are women; 80% of named executive officers are gender, racially, or ethnically diverse.
  • 19% of our global workforce are women.
  • In FY21, we doubled the representation of Black/African American employees in our workforce.

U.S. RACIAL/ETHNIC DIVERSITY SNAPSHOT

EEO-1 Reports: 2020 | 2019 | 2018   

FY21 FY20 FY19
Asian/Indian 47.2% 49.2% 50.2%
White 38.3% 38.2% 38.7%
Hispanic/Latino 3.3% 3.4% 3.3%
Black/African American 2.5% 1.1% 1.0%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.3% 0.3% 0.3%
American Indian/Alaska Native 0.1% 0.2% 0.1%
Two or more races 1.1% 0.9% 0.7%
Decline to state/not specified 7.2% 6.7% 5.7%
TOTAL 100% 100% 100%