Employee diversity

Employee diversity

Celebrating our differences

Employee Business Resource Groups

With more than 100,000 team members in 65 countries, our goal is to provide an inclusive environment for all. Our Council of Global Leads drive diversity efforts across American by fostering company-wide educational, community service and personal enrichment opportunities. The council also supports local Employee Business Resource Groups (EBRGs), which represent many employees and their beliefs, nationalities and backgrounds.

LGBT pride in the workplace

PRIDE EBRG (LGBT and Allies)

For the past 20 years, the Human Rights Campaign has given us a perfect rating in the Corporate Equality Index. This is a nationally recognized benchmark that evaluates top workplaces in the U.S. and their inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees, customers and suppliers. We proudly support the LGBT community and we're taking steps to ensure equality for all employees.

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Recognizing our team members

We continue to recognize team members for their leadership in diversity, equity and inclusion. Our dedicated team members continue to support our goal of becoming a stronger, more inclusive organization in the global communities we serve.

We recently recognized these team members and groups for their commitment to our Employee Business Resource Group community.

Black Professional Network

Black Professional Network

Robert Williams and Brittney Portes lead the Black Professional Network EBRG that provides events and initiatives that encourage professional career advancement.

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Generation Now

Lea Slatter leads the Generation Now EBRG whose goal is to promote the understanding of the roles and contributions of all generations at American Airlines.

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Latin Diversity Network

Linda Navarro and Ann Nguyen lead the Latin Diversity Network EBRG that focuses on career development, volunteering and cultural awareness.

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Survivors Network

Mark Quigley and Jessica Tasetano lead the Survivors Network EBRG that provides support for employees who have been through, or currently going through a life-threatening/life-altering experience.