At Wolf, the strength of our team is measured by the uniqueness of each and every one of us. Our culture of inclusion and diversity celebrates our differences and recognizes the ongoing need to build a welcoming, collaborative, and supportive environment where our people can be their authentic selves and thrive. We strive for diversity inclusive of race, ethnicity, gender identity, gender expression, sex, age, color, religion, sexual orientation, physical abilities, education, social classes, veteran status, and so much more.
Our Plans for the Future
We pledge to continue our investment in inclusion and diversity, having implemented a multi-year strategic plan and created the role of Chief People Officer (CPO) to help drive our commitment. Additionally, we are focusing on:
- Building Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)
- Empowering our Inclusion & Diversity Committee
- Evaluating our programs and processes to minimize unconscious bias
- Expanding our diversified recruiting efforts
- Providing education and programming for our employees
CEO Action Pledge
Our President and CEO signed the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ Pledge showing our commitment to advancing inclusion and diversity within the workplace.
“At Wolf & Company, we know that a key factor in our success is a diverse workforce. We believe that when employees can bring their full selves to work, they are more creative, contribute more, and are generally happier. We strive to be the employer of choice, providing an environment for our staff to contribute fully to the firm’s mission of providing unparalleled guidance to our clients.” – Mark A. O’Connell, President and CEO
Inclusion & Diversity Committee
The mission of the Inclusion & Diversity Committee is to grow a diverse workforce in which all members of the Wolf community embrace differences, model Wolf values, and contribute fully to the Firm’s mission.
Inclusion: The term inclusion is used to describe the active, intentional, and ongoing engagement with diversity—in people, in clients, in recruitment, in the workplace, and in communities (e.g. intellectual, social, cultural, geographic) with which individuals might connect.
Diversity: The term diversity is used to describe individual differences and group/social differences that can be engaged to achieve excellence.
Partnering with the Community
Wolf is looking to build relationships with community resources groups, and encourage people to reach out to us.