At Intel, standing on the sidelines is not an option.
Social equity is part of our 2030 RISE strategy and an extension of our Global Human Rights Principles. As a world-leading semiconductor manufacturer, we recognize our shared responsibility to combat the systemic and structural inequities impacting our employees and communities.
Our strategy includes programs, investments and structure that we employ to remove systemic barriers toward a fully inclusive workplace and society.
Intel’s Global Social Equity Policy Principles guide our work with governments and organizations to build a more equitable world. Driving social equity ensures our work in support of people, public policy, philanthropy and products is world-changing and enriches the lives of every person on earth.
Intel's Social Equity Strategy
We’re advancing legislation to combat systemic inequities impacting employees and communities, globally.
Catalyze change through strategic, community partnerships and skills-based volunteering.
To drive equity across our company we’re accelerating representation, progression and retention.
We’re leveraging Intel’s expertise to unleash the power of data and technology to drive change.
Creating Lasting Solutions to Advance Racial Justice and Global Equity
Natasha Martell, Intel Social Equity Program Office, shares Intel’s deep commitment to social equity including our focus to increase U.S. African American Representation by 30%.
Driving Systematic Change in Our Communities Through Our Global Social Equity Policy Principles
Intel’s Global Social Equity Policy Principles were informed by the lived experiences of our employees, and they represent critical issue areas that will guide our work with governments allowing us to advance digital equity, economic equity, educational equity, health equity, equitable justice, environmental equity, and civic equity.
Intel Pledges $5M to Develop Tech Law and Policy Center at HBCU North Carolina Central University
As part of Intel’s commitment to build a more equitable world, it will donate $5 million over the next five years to North Carolina Central University (NCCU), a historically Black college and university (HBCU), to create a new tech law and policy center.
Catalyzing Change Through Strategic Partnerships
As part of our social equity commitment, Intel is supporting a range of organization that are advancing anti-racism and social equity work in communities around the world.
These organizations are advancing social justice and anti-racism innovations around the world by addressing systemic and root causes of disparities for marginalized groups. These organizations are working in critical areas of equitable justice, economic equity, education equity, and tech equity.