U.S. Headquarters
Auburn Hills, MI
Automotive Manufacturing
U.S. Employees
Carlos Zarlenga
Chief Operating Officer

“Supporting diversity is central to who we are as a company. We’re committed to active engagement, support and inclusion with all members of our workforce, through our ever-expanding employee-led business resource groups and our leadership development programs. This has resulted in increases in diversity across our operations, from the plant floor to our C-suite executive team.”

Lottie Holland
Vice President of Diversity, Inclusion, Engagement and EEO Compliance

“At Stellantis, we recognize that diversity and inclusion are part of our core values and pivotal drivers of our success. Rather than settling for the status quo, we remain committed to dismantling barriers and positioning ourselves at the forefront of the industry. Our leadership team’s unwavering support and the enthusiasm across the company fuel our pursuit of excellence.”

From the Company

Our multi-year P.E.A.C.E strategic plan for North America is built on three core pillars:

  • People and Education
  • Accountability and Community
  • Economic Empowerment

In 2023, our third year of the plan, we continued to implement actions to transform our culture, including an in-depth inclusive leadership workshop with our North America executive team and launching an enterprise-wide mentoring program for all employees. We continued developing leaders through our award-winning development programs for Women (WLE), Black talent (BLAC) and multi-cultural talent (LEAD), expanded several of our Business Resource Groups (BRGs) into our manufacturing plants and extended our disability-focused BRG globally. In addition to the introduction of a new Well-being Day benefit, we also certified employees as Mental Health First Aiders to provide support for colleagues in need.

We were pleased to publish our first-ever Diversity & Inclusion Accountability Report, highlighting progress of our strategic plan and transparently sharing metrics and outcomes for key performance indicators, as well as ensuring 100% completion of Diversity Action Plan reviews with executive leadership.

We celebrated the graduation of our third cohort from the National Black Supplier Development program, promoting equity for Black-owned businesses, and launched the MentorWE supplier development program to support Women-owned businesses. Through our Motor Citizens employee volunteerism program, we realized 300% growth in volunteer hours in 2023 compared to 2022, and our supplier diversity teams increased their efforts to engage in strategic supplier relationships in historically underutilized business zones (HUBZones), while hosting the 24th annual MatchMaker trade show to help build a diverse supply base.