U.S. Headquarters
Auburn Hills, MI
Automotive Manufacturing
U.S. Employees
Mark Stewart, Stellantis North America COO
Mark Stewart
Chief Operating Officer

“We are extraordinarily proud that our diversity powers us as we strive to remain a corporate leader in promoting inclusion. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is in our DNA. It is the fuel that drives our innovation and what differentiates us from our competitors. By bridging divides and building stronger connections through intentional actions, Stellantis can be a source of economic empowerment for people and communities to bring positive change to society.

Lottie Holland, vice president of diversity, inclusion, engagement and EEO compliance, Stellantis North America
Lottie Holland
Vice President of Diversity, Inclusion, Engagement and EEO Compliance

“Stellantis’ long-standing commitment to diversity and inclusion is ingrained in our purpose – powered by our diversity, we lead the way the world moves. We are committed to fostering a culture where everyone is respected and engaged in the work of exceeding the expectations of our customers, business partners and communities.”

From The Company

Aligning with our Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan, we are committed to growing representation within our organization and supporting economic empowerment within our communities. The tangible evidence of our commitment includes:

-Increasing the diversity of our salaried U.S. workforce by 58% and our leadership ranks by 20% in 2022.

-Launching two supplier development programs–MentorWE and National Black Supplier Development Program–for women- and Black-owned suppliers, respectively, to prepare them for future contracting and procurement opportunities.

-Creating two new development programs to train and grow Black and multicultural employees for leadership opportunities, modeled after our award-winning women’s development program.

-Implementing a development initiative to prepare women for C-suite positions.

-Continuing our annual MatchMaker program, which has generated more than $4 billion in new business opportunities for minority-owned businesses since 1999.

-Receiving recognition from influential organizations such as DiversityInc and others – Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility, American Indian Science and Engineering Society, Disability:IN, Women’s Business Enterprise National Council and Rainbow PUSH Coalition – for building an inclusive culture.

-Strengthening our 11 employee-led Business Resource Groups and expanding to our manufacturing plants starting with our African Ancestry BRG.

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