CNA is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive culture that supports our organization, clients, and communities by prioritizing talent and programs that represent our current environment and empower all employees and partners to be active allies and advocates for equality.
Our D&I vision is to cultivate an inclusive culture that celebrates individuals’ differences, attracts diverse talent and inspires a work environment that enables all employees to do their best work. CNA’s Diversity & Inclusion Council is key to driving that vision. Led by our Chief Executive Officer and comprised of influential senior leaders, the Council drives connection with our colleagues across the organization in support of our ever-evolving D&I agenda.
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are also a central part of CNA’s D&I strategy. By elevating the voices of underrepresented employee groups and championing D&I initiatives, they foster a sense of belonging for all employees.
CNA’s Employee Resource Groups:
- Advocacy for Visible & Invisible Disabilities @CNA (AVID)
- African American Employee Networking Group (AAENG)
- Asian American and Pacific Islander Employee Network (AAPI)
- Growing Professionals @CNA (GP)
- Organization of Hispanic and Latinx Americans @CNA (OHLA)
- Women Impacting Leadership @CNA (WIL)
Our commitment doesn’t stop with our internal colleagues. CNA partners with nonprofits whose D&I objectives align with our own and who support the diverse communities our ERGs represent.
For more information, contact DiversityInclusion@cna.com.
CNA adheres to all applicable federal, state and local employment laws. The company is committed to equal opportunity, affirmative action and diversity that recognizes the value each individual brings to the organization. CNA policy prohibits any form of discrimination by its managers, employees, vendors or customers based on race, color, religion, age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, marital status, citizenship, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law.