Fueling Inclusion
Driving Innovation

At Toyota, we stand behind our commitment to diversity and inclusion, and we remain steadfast in our belief for equality, respect and inclusivity for all people.”

Sandra Phillips Rogers

Group Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer and Chief Legal Officer,
Toyota Motor North America

We are proud to be a Top 10 Company for Diversity

Toyota has achieved strong year-over-year improvement in the Diversity Inc. rankings — the gold standard for measuring corporate diversity — consistently pushing the envelope to move up 38 spots since 2013 and crack the Top 10 in 2020. As part of our D+I journey, we will continue to challenge the status quo in order to improve in key areas including talent and supplier diversity, philanthropy and leadership accountability.

Transforming Mobility Together

Transforming Mobility Together

Creating and advancing universal mobility solutions that successfully give the freedom of movement to all — while addressing the immediate challenges posed by the unprecedented times we are all living in — is not an easy task. Some might even say impossible.

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We, as a company, have a global mission of mobility, and our call to action is to start your impossible.”

Ajey Devaraj

Consultant in Strategic Innovation

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Mobility is the most common form of disability in adults. It affects one in seven.

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In low-income areas where convenient access to affordable, fresh produce is limited, a food desert is the result.

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6 Atlanta public schools and 4 colleges and universities participated in the 2019 Lexus Mobility Design Challenge, up from 6 high schools in 2018

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Toyota manufacturing centers across N.A. paused production for 8 minutes and 46 seconds in silence in honor of the memory of George Floyd on June 4, 2020.

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It shows what we can do when we all work together.”

Tim Buschur

Senior Engineering Manager

Embracing Allyship and Unity to Overcome Today's Historic Challenges

Embracing Allyship and Unity to Overcome Today's Historic Challenges

More than ever, our social fabric is being stretched to the limit. Team Toyota has been stepping up to help turn the tide — working with partners, suppliers, dealers and other organizations to create innovative and equitable solutions.

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DID YOU KNOW?

Toyota advocated for the removal of the Confederate symbol from the Mississippi flag and the banning of the Confederate flag from all NASCAR races.

Toyota was built on the foundation of Respect for People. That is why Toyota has been working to help find ways to overcome racism and other social injustices that continues to plague our society by taking long-term, sustained action to achieve equality for all, regardless of where you come from, what you look like, who you love, or what race you are.”

Ted Ogawa

President and Chief Executive Officer of Toyota Motor North America

Driving Innovation with a D+I Mindset

Driving Innovation with a D+I Mindset

At the heart of Toyota, we are inspired and challenged to approach everything with a diversity and inclusion (D+I) mindset — to acknowledge, respect, value and consider every idea, perspective and contribution.

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In just two years, Toyota has more than doubled the number of women in senior manager field sales roles.

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The women making a difference at our plant in West Virginia help produce nearly one million engines every year.

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SHE DRIVES: WOMEN AT TOYOTA

The #SheDrives campaign launched in March 2019 as a way to celebrate, honor and share stories about the outstanding and innovative contributions made by women across Toyota North America.

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Toyota’s Social Justice Advocacy Committee, established in 2019, assesses and determines Toyota’s position and advocacy on social justice initiatives.

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HIRING OUR HEROES

“The skills I learned in the Coast Guard  — such as mentoring others, self-reflection and teamwork — transitioned well to the values championed by Toyota.”

Jack Scott, Manager, Strategic Security

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Fueling Inclusion with Powerful D+I Alliances

Fueling Inclusion with Powerful D+I Alliances

“When you bring people together with different perspectives and thought — a reflection of their diversity — and you’re inclusive by listening and proactively bringing those perspectives together, you come out with so much more than you could have done by yourself.”

Alok Vaish, GVP, Parts Distribution and Accessories Development

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BPGs increasingly are the heartbeat of Toyota — connecting team members to one another, their communities, and their values and belief systems.

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Social and Community Impact at Toyota

Social and Community Impact at Toyota

We are passionate about serving the communities where we work, live and play. We help by giving our time, knowledge and resources to support local organizations and drive positive social change.

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“We must continue to impress upon our future leaders the value of a STEM education so that they have no limits to their dreams, and no obstacles to their achievements.”

Aswad Mack, Toyota Production System Support Center Consultant

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For the 20th consecutive year, Toyota was the national corporate sponsor of National Public Lands Day, hosted by the National Environmental Education Foundation.

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Toyota Scholars Day honors 100 high school graduates across the nation with $1,000,000 in Toyota scholarships, with many of the recipients belonging to local Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

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A few of our African American BPG team members recently volunteered at Roach Middle School, coaching and mentoring young men and sharing their college and career path stories. By helping students discover their interest in secondary education and STEM and skilled fields, we're paving the way for the next generation of innovators and problem solvers.

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The representation of business owners mentored through the Toyota Mentorship Program for Small and Diverse Businesses is 62% women and 38% men.

Investing in Diverse Growth and Development

Investing in Diverse Growth and Development

Toyota invests in growing the diversity of our people and suppliers through a wide variety of development programs, innovative projects and opportunities designed to fuel inclusion across our workforce and supply chain.

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