A culture of #AdobeForAll.

At Adobe, we recognize the importance of building a diverse culture not only around race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability, and age, but also around background, experience, and ideas. Adobe connects those with similar interests and passions, promotes inclusion, and creates a healthy, fun, and collaborative workplace with the help of our employee networks.

Our employee networks connect employees with similar backgrounds and identities to help support underrepresented communities. Watch this video to learn more about how our networks help employees connect, and drive strategic business results through stronger employee attraction, engagement and retention.

Asian/Pacific Islander community

Asian Employee Network

The Asian/Pacific Islander at Adobe (APIA) employee network is committed to driving professional development opportunities, amplifying awareness of diverse API cultures, and strengthening ties across communities. 

To honor Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage month, APIA organized events around the theme, Pride, Peace and Power; and celebrated the rich diversity and creativity of artists within the API community. 

See how APIA amplified creative voices throughout Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage month.

Black community

Black Employee Network

The Black Employee Network (BEN) at Adobe has a mission to recruit, retain, and advance diversity at Adobe and across the tech industry by building awareness of diversity issues, facilitating leadership opportunities, and participating in activities that uplift local communities. 

BEN members lead and participate in the Taking Action Initiative (TAI) to accelerate the representation, development, and success of Adobe’s Black employees and other marginalized groups while working to change the broader landscape of social injustice and economic inequality.

Learn how BEN celebrated Black History Month with joy, community and creativity.

Disability community

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The Access at Adobe employee network is focused on supporting and advocating for Adobe employees and family members with disabilities. The network strives to advance disability inclusion while raising awareness of the realities employees with disabilities, injuries, and illnesses face at work.  

For Disability Employment Awareness Month, the employee network hosted a talk with inclusion champions, participated in a panel discussion on neurodiversity, and hosted a discussion with a visually impaired software developer. 

Check out how we're making Adobe more accessible.

Hispanic and/or Latinx community

Hispanic and/or LatinX at Adobe

The Hispanic/Latinx employee network at Adobe (HOLA) focuses on recruiting, developing, and retaining Hispanic and Latinx employees while also increasing social awareness and community support. 

Throughout the year, HOLA supports nonprofits including the Hispanic Heritage Foundation and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund; and partners with organizations to support first-generation students from underrepresented communities. 

See how HOLA celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month around the theme, Esperanza: A Celebration of Hispanic Heritage & Hope

Indigenous and First Nations community

Black Employee Network

Indigenous/First Nations at Adobe focuses on enabling, empowering, and connecting Indigenous and First Nations people and allies. The community aims to increase awareness and advocacy, recruit and retain talent, amplify voices, and celebrate the heritage of Indigenous and First Nation people around the world. 

To honor International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, the employee network organized events around the theme, Connected in Our Stories, and explored how storytelling expresses connections between land and people.   

Learn more about how Indigenous/First Nations at Adobe recognized International Day of World’s Indigenous Peoples.

LGBTQIA+ community 

Hispanic and/or LatinX at Adobe

Pride at Adobe celebrates the heritage of resilience in our community, the sparkle we bring, and the struggles we still face. Our LGBTQIA+ colleagues and allies actively make Adobe a more inclusive and supportive workspace, amplify diverse voices, and advocate for equality globally.  

During Pride Month, the network hosted series of events around the theme: Every Color, Every Shade, Everywhere to reflect Adobe’s commitment in supporting the LGBTQIA+ community wherever and however they live. 

Learn more about how Pride at Adobe celebrated every color, every shade, everywhere. 

Veteran community

Veterans Employee Network

The Veterans at Adobe (VEN) employee network aims to recognize, appreciate, and support veterans, military service members, and their families through belonging, awareness, service, and education

Throughout the year, VEN provides career counseling to veterans transitioning to corporate careers, highlights the experiences and skills veterans bring to the workplace, and host guest speakers to expand perspectives on military leadership and service.  

Learn how VEN raised awareness on recognizing and valuing those who have served.

Women community 

Veterans Employee Network

Women At Adobe's mission is to attract, develop, and engage Women at Adobe and allies, to foster connection and growth, and to create an environment that empowers every woman to define and achieve her own success.  

Throughout the year, Women at Adobe sponsors a six-month director-level mentorship program, hosts a leadership recognition program, and supports nonprofit organizations including Equality Now and Women for Women International. 

Adobe is recognized for supporting the success of women as the winner of Fast Company’s Best Workplaces for Women Innovators, in Bloomberg’s Gender-Equality Index (GEI) and as one of Seramount’s 100 Best Companies for working mothers. 

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