Has corporate America reached a diversity tipping point?

Figure 1: Around 39.4% of Fortune 500 companies have a Diversity Executive as of Q1 in 2020. Source: ZoomInfo.
Figure 2: Fewer than 500 companies had employees with the words “diversity” or “inclusivity” (D&I) in their title up until 2010. Later years, specifically 2015–2016, saw the number of actively employed with D&I in the title jump from 1,000 to 1,500. Source: ZoomInfo.

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