Diversity

Everyone wants to be able to bring their whole self to work. These five tips will help you support your gender-nonconforming coworkers and friends

This critical workplace trait is essential to growth and protects against burnout—and is extremely common to newcomers to this country

Community team member Eugene Clowney brings the spirit of Harlem, his hometown, to his work in Boston

Rainbow pastries, parade marchers, and a thoughtfully-designed parade float were just some of the ways WeWork celebrated being our most-authentic selves

Four couples got married at WeWork—then celebrated their unions at the Pride Parade in the streets outside

Even the most complicated or divisive issue can inspire positive action when a story is told well

She’ll always be Carol’s Daughter—except now Lisa Price is also an entrepreneur to emulate

Help refugees get a foothold in their new world by learning about their culture—and shopping their products

Their résumé rarely tells the full story—but it’s worth digging deeper to understand these talented, overlooked potential hires

To celebrate 2019 WorldPride, members of WeWork’s queer community share advice based on their time growing up

Jimmy Austin joined local moms to create a safe space for support and understanding—and a huge Pride Parade

Outwords documents the U.S. LGBTQIA+ movement since World War II through the voices of those on the front lines

Brands are hard at work mixing makeup formulas for literally every skin tone, type, and condition

As a woman of color, Izzy Jacques doesn’t just look for inclusion in the workplace and her community—she creates it

Real estate is an extension of a company’s culture and values. That’s why it’s important to design with diversity in mind

Women are ready to run for office now, say VoteRunLead experts. On one day, in cities across the country, they showed hundreds of women exactly how to do it

These female founders are about to turn your startup assumptions upside down

Ammi Cabrera was on her own immigration journey, but her WeWork family made sure she never felt alone