Diversity & Inclusion

Black Girls CODE Raises The Next Generation of Tech Innovators | Verizon Wireless

In honor of Black History Month we are shining the bright light on the positive influences that African Americans have made in the tech industry.

#PotentialOfUs | Create History: Opening Doors | Verizon Wireless

This Black History Month, Verizon is celebrating the achievements of a group of Bronx Academy Middle School students, who collectively applied their creativity and uniqueness to design and build a mobile app that would solve a problem they identified in their school.

Faces of Diversity

Diversity and inclusion are essential to living our values, achieving our business goals and building a stronger Verizon.


Nearly 8,000 women engineers, scientists and college students from around the world attended the 2014 Society of Women Engineers

Rhonda Bingel - Verizon

This year's theme for National Disability Employment Awareness was equally focused on empowerment, as well as employment. Rhonda Bingel, office manager of legal support, was asked to share her perspective on what it’s like to work at Verizon.

Lowell McAdam | Verizon Board of Directors

Recognized as one of the most diverse corporate boards in America, Verizon’s Board of Directors exemplifies how diversity drives innovation from the top.

Diversity and Inclusion - A competitive advantage

At Verizon, celebrating our culture of inclusion is not limited to certain days, weeks or months on a calendar. As our Chief Talent and Diversity Officer Magda Yrizarry says, it’s about being real every day – inclusion and diversity are an everyday competitive advantage.

Verizon Diversity & Inclusion

We often say at Verizon that we work hard to foster our culture of inclusion and diversity, not just because it’s the right thing to do but because it’s good business. These words are stated in our company Credo and define who we are as a company.


Aparna Khurjekar, Area Vice President at Verizon Wireless, has built a successful career in a fast-paced field. Read her advice on how to best handle change.

Girls Who Code - Visiolock App

Last summer in Miami, Maria Mejia plunged into a seven-week summer program in computer science, Girls Who Code, sponsored by Verizon as part of an ongoing commitment to encourage STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education, particularly for underrepresented populations.