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Career Advice: Keisha Marant

In this week’s installment of our Career Advice video series, Senior Business Writer Linda Bell spoke with Keisha Marant, VP, Senior Diversity and Inclusion Manager at TD Bank (No. 20 on the Fair360 2023 Top 50 Companies for Diversity list). Marant shared her insights about the power of employee resource groups, the importance of mentorship and how workers can best position themselves in a talent shortage.

2024 Top 50 Companies

TD Bank

Rank 20

TD Bank maintained its No. 20 spot on the Top 50 list in 2024. The company’s goal is to promote diversity and inclusion through measurable actions across various focus areas, including its Black Employee Network, Multicultural Network, People with Disabilities, LGBTQ2+, Women @TD and TD Salutes.

Leo Salom, President and CEO, TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank® as of January 2022
Leo Salom
President and CEO

“At TD, we know that by advocating for and investing in diversity, equity and inclusion, not only are we creating a safe and inclusive workplace for our colleagues, but we’re nurturing the industry’s greatest minds and talent so they continue delivering incomparable experiences for our customers and the communities we serve. Our diversity of thought, identities, cultures – to name a few – is what makes TD Bank ‘Unexpectedly Human’ and enables us to be more innovative, agile and attentive to the needs of our teams and our customers.”

 

Diana Lee
Diana Lee
Head of Enterprise Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

“At TD, diversity, equity and inclusion are integral to who we are, including our culture and business. DEI are built in, not bolted on, to our business strategy and purpose to enrich the lives of our customers, colleagues and communities.”

From the Company

Our continued goal is to enrich the lives of our colleagues, customers and communities by leading Diversity and Inclusion through measurable actions to drive sustainable change. TD Bank anchored its approach in line with its three D&I strategic priorities across all areas of focus, including the Black Employee Network, Multicultural Network (visible minorities), People with Disabilities, LGBTQ2+, Women @TD and TD Salutes (Veterans/Military Communities):

  • Activate TD culture of strong leader accountability where all colleagues and customers feel respected and have equitable access to opportunities.
  • Amplify TD’s voice on diversity and inclusion (D&I) through community investment, strategic partnerships, supplier diversity, thought leadership and authentic, transparent storytelling.
  • Measure TD’s performance in D&I through robust data and insights TD identified several actions to help achieve these strategic priorities, including building awareness and understanding of equity and integrating that throughout TD, deepening a D&I focus on talent processes to improve diverse talent attraction and retention, assessing and strengthening diverse and inclusive third-party partnerships, and increasing the use of data to understand opportunities and inform action plans.

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