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Bringing us closer through Inclusion, Diversity and Equity:

At Cox, we champion inclusion, reflect our diverse communities and empower our great people to build a better future together. This is our vision for Cox’s inclusion, diversity and equity efforts, and it reflects the thoughtful work of our employees across the enterprise and the communities we serve.

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“I have a deep personal commitment to equal opportunity for all, and we are stronger together.  Diversity and inclusion have been an integral part of our company’s mission and values for more than 50 years, and we will continue to live by those core values.”

— Mark Greatrex
President, Cox Communications

Our Goals: How We Win

Our office works to weave diversity and inclusion into the Cox culture  

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Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity in Action

Cox’s Four Key Inclusion, Diversity, & Equity Pillars:

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Foster Inclusion

Inspire a culture of inclusion that embraces authenticity, cultivates belonging, and empowers people to bring their best to work.



Deliver Positive Impact

Consciously invest resources and use our collective strength to combat systemic barriers; supporting our communities’ pursuit of more equitable and prosperous outcomes.


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Promote Talent Equity

Engage, develop and unlock the full potential of the current and future talent who reflect the diverse communities and customers we serve.

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Fuel Innovative Solution

Leverage and integrate the uniqueness of our employees, customers and suppliers into business strategies, products and services to shape a better tomorrow.

Supply Chain

Cox believes that diversity improves our business, strengthens our communities and contributes to the economic well-being of an increased number of businesses and their employees. We value and encourage the use of qualified minority-owned (MBE); women-owned (WBE); lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT); veteran, service disabled veterans, and disability businesses in our companywide purchasing process. We seek to form mutually beneficial partnerships with suppliers who offer high-quality products or services that are competitively priced and come with excellent customer service.


The supplier diversity program is led and executed by the strategic sourcing and procurement team within supply chain management. Please visit the Suppler Diversity page or email CoxSupplierDiversity@cox.com with questions.

Employee Resource Groups

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) promote personal and professional development, reinforce Cox’s commitment to the communities we serve, and drive business results through a focus on diversity & inclusion.

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Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Councils

Cox’s commitment to diversity and inclusion ensures the perspectives, needs and priorities of our people, customers, suppliers and communities are reflected in our company’s vision. This is why Cox has established Inclusion, Diversity & Equity Councils. Cox has a National ID&E Council comprised of leaders from all across our markets. We've also established local diversity councils in each of our regions to reinforce the company's commitment and to support diversity efforts that meet unique, local needs. There are 7 regional councils.

Employee Testimonials

Diversity - Willie Chandler

Willie Chandler

A common theme you’ll hear about Cox is that there is a strong, close family culture. Being that I’m a second-generation employee, I’ve witnessed this culture for close to 30 years. I believe Cox’s commitment to fostering an inclusive and diverse work environment is the backbone of our tight, family culture. Like you’ll find with your own family, Cox also encourages us to embrace the differences, uniqueness, commonalities and experiences everyone brings to the table.

Diversity - April Okrusch

April Okrusch

Inclusion, Diversity and Equity to me means a company’s commitment to ensuring people of all backgrounds have support and equal opportunity in the workplace.


Cox does an amazing job at ID&E. Being one of Empow[HER] women’s ERG Co-Chairs, I see firsthand all of the efforts that Cox is making to ensure that our employees’ voices are heard and valued. Being an ERG member has allowed me the forum to share my life experiences (including struggles) with individuals that can relate with me, and I can get advice from. One way we do this in Empow[HER] is through our Courageous Conversations series. The support and love I have felt in those calls reiterate why I am so grateful to work at this amazing company.

Diversity - Victor Watson

Victor Watson

Inclusion and diversity should be a core part of an organization's culture and values, not just an optional addition. They are like the chocolate chips in a cookie, adding flavor, texture, and richness to the organization.


Cox is committed to reflecting the communities we serve, both in appearance and attitude, across all areas of the organization. Cox strives to hear every employee's voice and allow each employee the opportunity to grow and develop no matter where they have come from, what they look like, or who they choose to be.


Serving as a Community Pillar member, market lead and regional co-chair to the ID&E council, I have been able to contribute to ID&E by creating awards like ‘Embrace’ which recognizes Central Region employees for their work in the ID&E space. As we all as spearhead the first Cox Small Business Academy in the Central Region.

Diversity - Catherine Mondragon

Catherine Mondragon

Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (ID&E) means a lot to me. It's not just a concept or buzzword; it's a core value that has shaped my leadership views and actions. As a Latina leader, I've been grateful for our company's commitment to ensuring everyone feels valued, respected, and included. It has inspired me to proactively look for opportunities that allow me to champion ID&E, continue learning about other's cultures, and engage in events that drive diversity. ID&E is not a destination; it's an ongoing learning experience, and I am ready for the journey!



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