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Diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging at ALSAC

We work daily to foster trust and treat everyone with dignity and respect.

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Being intentional in the demographics of our workforce



Providing what people need to succeed



Treating everyone fairly and respectfully, despite differences



Creating a feeling of acceptance for all in the workplace


We're continuing to build a diverse workforce with a culture where everyone belongs.



of our workforce are women



of our leaders are women and/or BIPOC



of our workforce are BIPOC


Percentages as of 2021. 

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Why is diversity important in the workplace?

At ALSAC, we value diversity of thoughts, ideas and perspectives because open, honest dialogue and collaborations are imperative to our success. For our mission to prosper, everyone must have an equal opportunity to participate and bring their authentic self to work. This has been part of the fabric of our organization since our founding. Learn more.

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ALSAC has nine Employees and Allies Resource Groups focused on cultivating an inclusive work environment.

  • Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders
  • Black Professionals Network
  • Disabilities and Survivors
  • Somos Hispanics
  • Multicultural
  • Veterans and Allies
  • Women in Leadership
  • Young Professionals
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Cultural celebrations

We regularly offer enterprise-wide cultural celebrations for such occasions as Hispanic Heritage Month, Black History Month, Veterans Day, Diwali, Women’s History Month, Arab American Heritage Month, LGBTQ Pride and many more.


Making a difference in our communities and beyond

We're working to ensure the patients of St. Jude have a better world to live in during and after their treatment. ALSAC strives to be a socially responsible organization both in our physical location of Memphis, Tenn., and beyond by:

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We have to be leaders not just in Memphis, but across the world, embracing workforce diversity and inclusion, paying a living wage, practicing sustainability and sharing our best practices so we can all learn and grow together to save more lives.

Richard C. Shadyac Jr., president and CEO of ALSAC

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