Pitney Bowes Named a Best Place to Work for Latinos in Corporate America

LATINO 2023 Equity 100 Luncheon
At the LATINO 2023 Equity 100 Luncheon, PB’ers Marifer Rodriguez, Sr. Manager External Communications, Mia Balabanis, Human Resources Specialist, Global Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement, and Bobby Athonvarangkul, Lead Technician Pitney Bowes Presort Services.

We are pleased to announce Pitney Bowes has been named to the 2023 LATINO Equity 100 list. Recognized for providing the most opportunities for Latinos and establishing outstanding best practices and strong commitment to DEI, LATINO magazine says the companies profiled in the list are representative of their industries and serve as corporate role models.

“Pitney Bowes has a long-standing history of intentional diversity and inclusion. In the U.S. for example people of color are 48% of our population, including over 20% Hispanic. We are also proud to have a Latina as part of our senior-most Leadership team in Ana Chadwick, Pitney Bowes Chief Financial Officer. We continue to create a rich mix of programming to promote understanding and growth including profiles of Hispanic employees’ career journeys and panel discussion on culture and country,” said Sheryl Battles, VP Global Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement.

The companies nominated for the LATINO Equity 100 list were submitted both formally and informally by Latino nonprofits and community organizations as well as LATINO readers, partners and stakeholders. The listing, which appears alphabetically, was compiled by the editors of LATINO from these nominations based upon their own research and information gathering.

Throughout our 100-year history, Pitney Bowes has worked hard to create an inclusive environment that celebrates the value of all its employees. Diverse talent can be found at all levels of the organization because we believe providing equal access to opportunity for all talent helps us attract, grow, and retain the best talent. The rich variety of skills, perspectives and lived experiences of our workforce makes us stronger. We thank LATINO for this meaningful recognition.