Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) has been a foundation at Point B since 1995, and we’re continuing on our journey to bring more listening, more understanding and more structure to every part of EDI at our company. We’ve learned that, through action, we can become a place where every person finds opportunity, acceptance and, ultimately, a home to become their true selves.

Point B will not stand for systemic racism, inequity or injustice. Anywhere. We are committed to being and acting for others. We are committed to listening, learning, understanding and taking tangible action to create change.

Taking a Stand – Inside and Out

In 2018, our leadership took an EDI important step when Point B’s CEO, Mike Pongon, joined the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion Coalition. In doing so, he signed its simple but powerful CEO Pledge to:

  • Create and expand unconscious bias training.
  • Share best practices.
  • Create an environment that is open to dialogue about diversity and inclusion.

In 2020, Point B’s Lauren Wilkins became one of 250, full-time CEO Action for Racial Equity fellows and will help advance racial equity in the communities in which we live and work through public policy and process.  

Fostering Resources

The people of Point B have built six Business Resource Groups to help us move forward on our EDI journey. These resource groups create communities of advocacy for associates and bring forth new ideas and opportunities for learning from and understanding each other. Our current Business Resource Groups include:

  • bProud: LGBTQ+
  • Women in Leadership
  • Blacks at Point B
  • Black and Indigenous People of Color at Point B
  • bAbled: Disability Diversity
  • Point B Bravo: Veterans at Point B

“My growth and development are results of an ecosystem of equity and diversity that’s been part of Point B from day one. I feel a personal responsibility to create for others the same types of opportunities I’ve been afforded here."

EJ Blanchfield, Chief Operating Officer

“In today’s world, it is impossible to consider yourself a leader if you aren’t willing to engage in difficult conversations or walk in someone else’s shoes. Our Equity, Diversity & Inclusion efforts are centered around ensuring that all Point B associates can thrive in an organization where they have a sense of belonging and ownership. This is only possible if we are willing to recognize where we have work to do, and then put actions in place to challenge the status quo.”

Mike Pongon, Chief Executive Officer


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