IBM's Commitment to Diversity

The employees of IBM represent a talented and diverse workforce. Achieving the full potential of this diversity is a business priority that is fundamental to our competitive success. A key element in our workforce diversity programs is IBM's long-standing commitment to equal opportunity.



Building an Equal Opportunity Workforce

IBM’s culture of inclusiveness dates back to the early twentieth century and continues today, with IBM taking advantage of its diverse employee mosaic to fuel innovation.

Women at IBM

We invest in women at IBM with generous benefits and rewards. No matter if you work at home or in a lab, your career at IBM is one that works for you.

Empowering Women to Succeed

Training, education and networking opportunities for women empowering them to maximize their full potential. That's what it takes to be a global leader and change the world.

“Tanmatra” - Women in leadership

IBM places great thrust on building women leaders today, who will transform the business tomorrow..." shares, Dilpreet Singh, VP HR, IBM India/South Asia.

IBM’s all-volunteer Business Resource Groups

Inciting a diverse and inclusive work place - IBM supports a more than 250 volunteer employee-led groups called Business Resource Groups (BRGs).

A Global Leader in Diversity and Inclusion

IBM has received a wealth of recognition for an inclusive and diverse culture – relying on this has helped us change industries, revolutionize business and even land on the moon.


Our women leaders and what they have to say about being an IBMer.


Shalini Kapoor - IBM Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect-Internet of Things Ecosystem, Watson IoT IBM Internet of Things

Sheela Nambiar, Director - IBM Digital Sales (India/South Asia), IBM Sales & Distribution, Digital Sales

Anupama Ambe, Director - WW GTS IS Analytics Delivery, GTS Next Generation Delivery


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A Day In the Life of Lysa Banks, Lead Architect for Industry Cloud Solutions

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A day in the Life of Lisa Seacat DeLuca, IBM's Most Prolific Female Inventor

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A Day In The Life Of Aparna Prabhakar, Technology Innovation Program Manager