As a DEI-focused company, Tandem Diabetes Care is continually developing programs and practices that cultivate and celebrate diversity of thought, inclusion, and belonging.
Whether you are looking to join a community, identify with a community, or simply be an ally, you’ll find the inclusion communities at Tandem Diabetes Care to be welcoming and supportive. Meet, encourage, and grow where you feel the most comfortable.
Pacific Islander & Asian Coalition at Tandem
Parents at Tandem
Supporting Women & Gender Minorities in Tandem
Our DEI Council is dedicated to promoting a culture that celebrates differences, embraces unique perspectives, and ensures equal opportunities for all employees. We firmly believe that diverse teams drive innovation, creativity, and success.
(She/Her/Hers) I was excited to become part of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiative at Tandem Diabetes Care knowing that the company puts a lot of stock in DEI and the value it provides to the company, its culture, and most importantly, its employees. Beyond that, I’m extremely passionate about DEI initiatives, as they often spring up in the Talent Acquisition world. I wanted to provide both the context I’ve gained at other organizations and be part of promoting the great DEI work already going on here at Tandem.
(She/Her/Hers) Initially, I was reluctant to join the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council because I feared tokenism. However, after living through 2020 and observing all the polarizing events of the time, I decided that utilizing my voice Is far more Important than a fear.
(He/Him/His) Supporting and enriching the community around me is always something I have cared about. As a Jew, I have experienced anti- Semitism both in the Middle-East and in American society, and as a white presenting male, I have also been able to enjoy the privilege that comes with that in American society when I am not presenting as Jewish. This has given me a unique experience that has proved useful to connect with people from all walks of life and to help convey issues to people in a way that makes sense to them, allowing me to build bridges between people and unite them. This gets to the heart of why I joined the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council — to use my experience and skills to bring us closer together and make life better for ALL Tandem Diabetes Care employees and the people we serve.
(She/Her/Hers) I joined the DEI Council to make a difference on Tandem Diabetes Care diversity.
(He/His/Him) Diversity, Equity, an Inclusion is important to me not only in the workplace but also for the communities we serve who are customers and patients.
(She/Her/Hers) The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council is an amazing group of people from all different backgrounds just trying to make a positive impact one day at a time.
(She/Her/Hers) I joined the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council because I wanted the opportunity to make a difference in the workplace. I am an advocate for human rights, workplace equality and diversity, and I'm always looking to further educate myself and others in the conversations of inclusion.
(She/Her/Hers) During my time as an undergraduate, I discovered just how enriching being involved in various forms of community organization can be. After being a part of Tandem Diabetes Care for over a year, I became inspired by the energy of the company which is constantly growing and evolving, and I wanted to find a way to be more involved at work to help create positive change. I jumped at the opportunity to be involved with the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council because I believe that one of the most important aspects of a successful team is ensuring that people of all backgrounds and identities are given support and a voice as everyone brings their own unique perspective to the table.
(She/Her/Hers) I have attended as many Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion meetings since starting work at Tandem Diabetes Care as I could. I love the energy and attitudes of the council members. I am someone who has benefitted a lot from certain privileges while simultaneously experiencing being stereotyped, harassed, or held back because of my gender. I believe that real change is possible, and that it requires real work.
(He/Him/His) I love the culture that Tandem Diabetes Care has. It's important to me to preserve that culture while also striving to make it the best possible environment. Diabetes isn't limited by age, race, or gender. It's important to me that Tandem's workforce and values represents the population we serve.
(She/They) I am passionate about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and effecting change at an organizational level.
(She/Her/Hers) I had the great opportunity to work on a DEI initiative this year with an amazing cross functional team. I strongly believe in diversity, be it diversity of background or thought. From there, we can take steps to understand one another and create inclusive places to learn and grow. We can help move the needle from making Tandem Dibaetes Care a great place to work to an exceptional place to work. We can make an impact on customers lives not just through our technology but also through how Tandem does business.
As we continue to create a company reflective of the people we serve, our DEI Council published a report on cultivating an environment where every person can come to work as their authentic self.
Though we take our work extremely seriously, we remain true to our casual, uplifting, and innovative roots.
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