Diversity and inclusion
Shantanu Narayen, President and CEO, Adobe
“Adobe's values -- genuine, innovative, involved and exceptional -- are built on the foundation that our people and how we treat one another are what makes us a great company. Diversity is about valuing the unique life experience that every employee brings to work every day. Our success is dependent upon it.”
 — Shantanu Narayen, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Adobe

What We Believe

At Adobe, we believe that when people feel included, they can be more creative, innovative and successful. Read more ›


Adobe is investing in three key areas to drive greater diversity and inclusion worldwide.


Being Empowered by Adobe & Women #AdobeForAll

Honouring Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. by serving others.

In the news


A pay parity milestone.
We have now closed the wage gap between our male and female employees in 80 percent of our global employee population.
Adobe UK Gender Pay Report
Gender diversity is a well-recognized challenge for the IT industry,
and one we are focused on addressing.

Our commitment to a diverse and inclusive workplace
We are proud to be one of Fortune Magazine's 100 Best Workplaces for Diversity
Our employees say "the company has been focusing on promoting diversity in the last year. Adobe is truly genuine in this quest as opposed to just 'saying the words.' This helps to make everyone feel included and a part of the overall Adobe community."

Adobe pledges to stand with Dreamers
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The voices of our Black Employee Network
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Making Adobe Accessible
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The Festival of Lights at Adobe
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Adobe diversity by the numbers

Explore our metrics to see where we are and how we’re moving the needle to improve our diversity over the long term. We know we have a lot more work to do to create a workforce that’s as diverse as our customers and the communities in which we do business.
Global workforce
Global workforce
Global workforce
Global workforce
Data ending fiscal year 2017 (1 December 2017). Source: Adobe.



Ethnicity, US only
Source: 2017 EE0-1 report, which reflects the US government reporting requirements