Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion
A Culture of Respect,
Engagement, and Connection

Our Global Workforce

Employee Communities

Oracle Women’s Leadership (OWL)

Developing, engaging, and empowering current and future generations of Oracle women leaders.

Military and Veteran Employee Network (MAVEN)

Helping veterans successfully transition from military to civilian life.

African-American Business Leaders for Excellence (ABLE)

Enriching professional and leadership development among African-American employees through mentorship and community engagement.

Hispanic Oracle Leadership Association (HOLA)

Helping Latino employees develop and nurture their leadership skills.

Oracle Pride Employee Network (OPEN)

Supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and allied (LGBTA) employees, and helping raise awareness about issues facing the LGBTA community.

Oracle Professional Asian Leadership (OPAL)

Supporting leadership among Asian employees through professional development, mentorship, cultural awareness, and knowledge sharing.

Empowering Employees with Disabilities

Empowering Employees with Disabilities

Oracle is committed to empowering employees with disabilities to develop their skills in the workplace.

Our inclusive culture inspires employees to support one another through a variety of initiatives, including the Employees with Disabilities affinity group, Disability Inclusion webcasts, the Abilities Matter Internship Program, Oracle Interpreter Services, and a robust accessibility program that defines corporate accessibility standards for Oracle products.

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Oracle was recognized as a Best Place to Work on the 2016 Disability Equality Index.

Investing in Students from Underrepresented Groups

Girls and STEAM

Girls and STEAM

Oracle supports several nonprofit organizations working to expose girls and underrepresented students to computer science, and science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM). See our Grant Portfolio.

Additionally, our own education initiatives—Oracle Academy and Oracle Education Foundation—give special attention to student populations historically underrepresented in STEAM studies and careers, including girls and students of color.


To help students from underrepresented groups prepare for successful IT careers, Oracle provides scholarship funding to organizations including:

  • Black Data Processing Associates
  • California Alliance of African-American Educators
  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
  • East Bay National Society of Black Engineers
  • Fisher House Foundation
  • Lend a Hand Foundation
  • National Society of Black Engineers
  • Society of Women Engineers
  • Springboard Foundation
  • United Negro College Fund

Photo credit: Image for “Investing in Students from Underrepresented Groups” section courtesy of Black Girls Code.

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