Who we are shapes the work we do.

We’re making sure every Googler feels seen, connected, supported, and empowered to participate fully:

30%

increase in leadership representation of Black+, Latinx+, and Native American+ Googlers by 2025

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Working to better recruit, hire, and build with the disability community

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Supporting the intersectional communities at Google with Self-ID

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Developing outreach programs and hiring trainings to build inclusive teams

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Supporting current and future parents with expanded healthcare resources

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Investing in Google offices where underrepresented talent thrives

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Marnie Florin (they/them, ze/hir, ze/zir, ey,em) Retention & Progression Consultant, Google

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“I don’t want to be at a place that shows me empathy because I’m Black. I want to be in a place where people are comfortable to have radical candor with me.”

Mzamo Masito (he/him) Director, Marketing Sub-Saharan Africa, Google

When we’re together we thrive.

52 countries represented
16+ Employee Resource Groups
250+ chapters globally
35K participating Googlers

Meet the community-driven groups providing support and making an impact:

Africans@Google
Asian Google Network
Black Googler Network
Disability Alliance
Filipino Googler Network
Google Aboriginal & Indigenous Network
Google Veterans Network
Greyglers
Hispanic Googlers Network
Indus Google Network
Inter Belief Network
CAMENA (Caucasia, Central Asia, Middle East, and North Africa)
Mixed Googlers
PRIDE at Google
Trans at Google
Women@Google

Africans@Google

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Supporting Africans at Google

As part of the Black Googler Network, Africans@Google is focused on building and maintaining a community that feels like home for Africans at Google while providing a platform to bring awareness to Google and the tech community about Africa-focused initiatives.

Asian Google Network

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Supporting the diverse and multicultural Asian community at Google

The Asian Google Network (AGN) aims to engage and support the Asian community at Google. AGN focuses on programs around career development, racial awareness, health and wellness, product inclusion, and culture. Each year, thousands of Googlers participate in efforts from the annual mentorship program to Asian Pacific American Heritage Month activities.

Black Googler Network

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Supporting the Black community at Google

The Black Googler Network (BGN) is an employee resource group of Googlers with a mission to cultivate Black leaders at Google and beyond, empower the communities where we operate, and transform the tech industry to reflect the diversity of its users. Members of BGN create community for one another through participation in events, discussions, and celebrations (i.e., Black History Month and Juneteenth) centered around the diverse topics that most impact the Black+ community. BGN members take pride in sharing their time and talent with one another as well as the greater community outside Google.

Disability Alliance

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Nothing About Us Without Us

The Disability Alliance (DA) is an employee resource group for disabled people and their allies. We share advice, build awareness, and advocate for Disability inclusion in Google and Alphabet products, programs, and practices.

Filipino Googler Network

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Celebrating the Filipino community at Google

The Filipino Googler Network (FGN) focuses on organizing internal events that help build a stronger sense of belonging, creating programs that encourage professional development, and finding opportunities to connect with the wider global Filipino community.

Google Aboriginal & Indigenous Network

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Supporting Indigenous and Aboriginal communities

The Google Aboriginal & Indigenous Network (GAIN) is dedicated to bringing the influence of Aboriginal and Indigenous Peoples to Google employees and Google users through product inclusion, social responsibility initiatives, and internal efforts related to hiring and retention. GAIN also builds relationships between Google teams and external Aboriginal & Indigenous-led nonprofits and organizations.

Google Veterans Network

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Supporting veterans and military families

The Google Veterans Network (VetNet) is an internal community of military veterans, service members, civilian allies, and families dedicated to unifying, connecting, and serving the military community.

Greyglers

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Creating community for Googlers “of a certain age”

The Greyglers help Google succeed by sharing their experience and by advocating for the needs of Googlers and users as they age. Greyglers advocate for age positive policy change within Google, promote awareness of age diversity and issues related to age, and support transitions throughout Googler careers, so that Google remains a workplace that works for everyone.

Hispanic Googlers Network

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Supporting the Latinx community at Google

HOLA’s members are committed to the inclusion, advancement, and representation of Hispanic/Latinx Googlers worldwide. HOLA strives to build community through education and celebration of Hispanic/Latinx culture. With the intention of making both an internal and external impact, HOLA provides mentorship opportunities and empowers volunteer opportunities in the Hispanic/Latinx community. HOLA stands in support of racial equity and intersectional justice, and all those who seek it.

Indus Google Network

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Connecting with the South Asian community at Google

The Indus Googler Network (IGN) aims to build a platform for professional and social activities for those with an affinity for South Asian culture. IGN activities include community service, outreach programs, and cultural celebrations such as Diwali and Holi.

Inter Belief Network

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Promoting inclusion at work and in Google’s products for a diversity of belief-based or belief-related communities

The Inter Belief Network (IBN) aims to create a culture of inclusion, tolerance, and mutual understanding at Google for a diversity of beliefs, where Googlers of all beliefs feel welcome, included, and supported. IBN also aims to ensure that the voices of belief-based communities are represented in Google’s products. IBN consists of multiple member chapters representing specific communities of interest, including but not limited to: Buddhists, Christians, Jews and Muslims.

CAMENA (Caucasia, Central Asia, Middle East, and North Africa)

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Supporting Googlers of nationalities or ethnicities in the CAMENA geographical region

CAMENA aims to provide a platform for empowerment, mentorship, and networking of the diverse and multicultural Caucasian, Central Asian, Middle Eastern, and North African communities and to strengthen communication and collaboration with other Googlers, culturally and professionally.

Mixed Googlers

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Supporting the mixed race and mixed ethnicity community at Google

The Mixed Googlers employee resource group is a dedicated community for mixed race and mixed ethnicity Googlers and allies. Mixed Googlers hold fun socials, interesting talks on important topics, and share helpful resources.

PRIDE at Google

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Creating a supportive, inclusive Google for LGBTQ+ employees

PRIDE at Google is comprised of LGBTQ+ Googlers and their allies. The group not only leads the way in celebrating LGBTQ+ people year round, but also informs product inclusion, programs and policies, so that Google and its products work for everyone.

Trans at Google

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Advocating for transgender, transsexual, genderqueer, genderfluid, agender, gender variant, intersex, nonbinary and questioning employees

Trans at Google seeks to ensure that the company’s products and policy stances are inclusive of all gender identities and expressions. Trans at Google also highlights the needs and concerns of our users from trans and gender-nonconforming communities globally.

Women@Google

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Advocating for gender equity

Women@Google is our largest global employee network and is committed to empowering all women at Google by connecting, developing, and retaining female talent; creating a culture of inclusion; and making social impact in local communities. Women@ provides networking and mentoring opportunities, professional development, and community to Googler women across 52 countries.

Xuan Yang (she/her) Senior Software Engineer, Google

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“I think what's been really exciting for me is the ability to take something small, like kicking off a ML fairness project, and then being able to build that into a much bigger experience for the organization into eventually culture change, into something that's ingrained in our goals and our best practices.”

Tulsee Doshi (she/her) Head of Product - Responsible AI, Google

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