Valuing Diversity at HP
In the 1960s, HP transitioned from opposing discrimination to proactively fostering inclusion. While the company had always been ahead of the national climate in its approach to employing women and minorities, this transition was the beginning of a new era. Throughout the rest of its existence — and then through its successor companies, HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise — HP worked continuously to better understand the meaning and dynamics of diversity and to develop programs that would support and empower people from historically underrepresented groups. Check out some of the most important moments and milestones from HP’s multi-decade mission to make itself a more diverse, equitable and inclusive company.