The Carey Business School Roadmap for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging is the culmination of months of intensive review and feedback from the Carey Business School community.
This document is an aspirational strategic plan that echoes the Johns Hopkins University Roadmap and serves as the blueprint for establishing a diverse and inclusive ecosystem at Carey in which everyone feels that they belong
The Carey Business School Roadmap for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging outlines a number of steps and benchmarks to be completed between 2021 and 2024.
Carey Business School is firmly committed to the principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. These qualities are inherent in our school’s mission and values, and we will continuously strive to shape and cultivate a diverse environment that ensures equity and inclusion for everyone, both within our school community and the greater society.
Carey’s DEIB Roadmap recommendations 4.3 (under faculty) and 5.1 (under staff) include the creation and adoption of a statement of commitment by the school’s senior leadership to hiring and retaining diverse talent.
Statement of Commitment
We are committed to building and sustaining an equitable and inclusive work environment where diversity is deeply valued and celebrated. We will bring our resources and influence to bear in recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and staff body at all levels of rank and responsibility, including leadership roles. We will do this by strengthening our equitable hiring practices, actively developing internal talent, and ensuring a welcoming climate. When we have the opportunity to hire, we will do so in an open, intentional, and equitable manner. We will track our progress for hiring and retention, and measure culture, climate, and engagement for faculty and staff. We will seek input from and listen intently to all members of our community about ways that we can live our Carey values.