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Supplier Diversity Resource List

We are committed to empowering women-owned businesses in corporate supply chains.

Why Supplier Diversity Matters

In an effort to promote diversity and inclusion in the business world, we have compiled a comprehensive list of companies that are certified as diverse suppliers. By supporting these diverse suppliers, companies not only contribute to a more equitable business environment but also gain access to a broader range of perspectives, skills, and expertise.

Accenture LLP

Accenture’s Diverse Supplier Development Program (DSDP) reflects our commitment to developing and expanding relationships with diverse businesses owned by minorities, women, persons with disabilities, LGBT, veterans, disabled veterans, and service-disabled veterans, and others.

American Family Insurance

We recognize the structural barriers in our society that keep people from achieving their dreams, and we’re committed to doing our part to break down these barriers. American Family is committed to tackling systemic problems that impede equity – because it’s good for our communities and good for business.

CDW Corporation

CDW Corporation, headquartered in Lincolnshire, Illinois, is a provider of technology products and services for business, government and education. The CDW Business Resource Groups (BRGs) play an important role in promoting an inclusive culture. They provide professional development, informal mentoring and networking opportunities to its members. Business Resource Groups also provide a forum for coworkers to build awareness, celebrate their affinity area, collaborate with other BRGs and provide business perspective on diversity and inclusion initiatives at CDW.

DTE Energy

We believe supply chains should be as diverse as the customers they serve. That’s why we have a DTE Supplier Diversity team that seeks out local and diverse suppliers. We believe in helping our state and our customers by choosing businesses that support their communities. In 2022, DTE spent $894 million with diverse suppliers which went toward creating jobs in local and diverse communities. Because a supply chain shouldn’t just support its customers; it should also represent and connect them.

Gilead Sciences Inc.

Gilead is committed to working with suppliers that share our values related to social, economic and environmental impact. We strive to create a supplier base that reflects the patients, customers and communities we serve. We believe supplier inclusion and diversity is a strategic business imperative that generates a competitive advantage, increases access to innovation, enables greater agility in our supply chain and drives socio-economic inclusion into the broader society. To make this belief a reality, we intentionally seek out diverse suppliers and small businesses including (but not limited to) partnering with several organizations – from local to international – that share our goals. Through these partnerships and multiple supplier inclusion programs, we create a more equitable future for all.

JP Morgan Chase & Co.

JPMorgan Chase is committed to building and fostering economic equity for women-owned businesses across all communities. For nearly 30 years, we’ve partnered with women entrepreneurs to support their development and continued success. Want to join our network? Register your business on our supplier diversity network portal to be considered for upcoming projects, business development and networking opportunities.


We recognize the economic imperative of ensuring that all businesses have access to opportunities to grow and thrive. Through our $150 million, five-year commitment to procure from underrepresented diverse businesses, we are tapping into nontraditional networks to expand our base of suppliers, making intentional investments in diverse supplier development, and encouraging new ways of working across MassMutual.

Merck & Company

Our suppliers should reflect the people we are in business to serve… our customers.

At Merck, we believe that having a diverse supplier base helps us better understand and anticipate the needs of the people we serve. That is why we cast a wide net in search of talent, seeking qualified suppliers from all segments of the global community. Our supplier diversity program includes Minority-, Women-, Veteran-, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender- and Disability-owned business enterprises as well as small businesses.

Northwestern Mutual Life

The mission of the Supplier Diversity program at Northwestern Mutual is to develop mutually beneficial relationships with historically underrepresented businesses in order to strengthen our overall supply base, provide the best value to our policyowners, and create lasting impacts in our communities.


One of the best ways to benefit our customers and communities is to expand the diversity of our suppliers. This not only fosters an environment of inclusion but also drives economic empowerment and opportunity. Learn more about our commitment to increasing opportunities in our community and beyond.

San Diego Unified School District

San Diego Unified School District is looking to increase participation of minority-owned businesses (MBEs) in its construction program. San Diego Unified has over $11.6 billion in funding to repair, renovate, and revitalize neighborhood schools as part of its capital improvement program. Construction projects include new/renovated facilities, safety and security upgrades, athletic fields, classroom technology, charter schools, air conditioning, and other capital improvements throughout the district. The school district has a robust business outreach program with participation goals for small and minority, women, and disabled veteran-owned business enterprises.


At Stellantis, Supplier Diversity is the intentional inclusion of minority-owned, women-owned and veteran-owned businesses in sourcing opportunities to achieve innovation, cost reductions and revenue growth objectives. Our Mission: To promote supplier diversity excellence by utilizing communication and outreach to provide access, growth and development opportunities to diverse businesses and contribute positively to Stellantis financial performance.

Volvo Trucks North America Inc.

The Volvo Group, a proud corporate member of NMSDC and CVMSDC, is deeply committed to supplier diversity and acknowledges the tremendous potential of diverse suppliers in fostering innovation, agility and supply network resiliency.

Walmart Inc.

A diverse supplier base connects Walmart with its customers, associates, and communities. Walmart’s Supplier Inclusion Program focuses on companies at least 51% owned, managed, and controlled by racial and ethnic minorities, women, veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and people with disabilities. We understand that supplying minority-owned businesses helps us bring product offerings to better meet customer needs while helping to foster equity and inclusion for suppliers.

Wells Fargo

Doing Gets It Done

We’re the bank of putting people and communities first. The bank of rolling up our sleeves and getting involved. We’re the bank of walking the walk and taking action.

That’s the Bank of Doing.

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