We believe in maximizing the full potential of our people by creating opportunities for professional and personal development. Employee networks create new opportunities for our people to engage, learn, and collaborate on diversity and inclusion initiatives that foster awareness, innovation, leadership, pipeline diversity, career development, mentoring, sponsorships, client relationships, community impact, and shared best practices.
Guggenheim has several employee networks known as “Business Development Resource Groups” (BDRGs). Our BDRGs are open to all employees.
Women’s Innovation and Inclusion Network (WIIN)
Focuses on creating and promoting a dynamic, gender-diverse workforce
Multicultural Employee Business Network (MEBN)
Focuses on historically underrepresented groups
Veterans Initiative Advisory Committee (VIAC)
Enables our employees to participate in GIVE-related initiatives focused on transitioning veterans
Leveraging New Voices
Guggenheim is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to advancing equitable policies and practices across our Firm. We support a diverse, innovative, and inclusive workplace that enables all employees to bring their whole selves to the table, and contribute their unique insights and abilities.
Guggenheim works with a number of key external organizations to help bring new voices that enrich our awareness, align our inclusive strategy with innovative practices, and connect us to our communities in different ways.