"Diversity is important to our company because when people can bring their whole self to work, they have a safe space to foster their creativity and innovation."
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Angelica Delgado

Senior Sales Program Analyst, BRIDGE Vice President

Thus, increasing productivity because of the influx of fresh ideas from a wide range of different viewpoints and perspectives.

"Diversity is not all about what a person looks like."
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Catina Jenkins

Sr. Talent Development Specialist, ADAPT President, member of BRIDGE, CAN, LinkUP, Those Who Serve, MERGE, WIN, HOLA, and Pride

It is about diversity in thought, socioeconomic status, circumstances, experiences and differing abilities. 

"As part of the US Foods family for 10 years, all I can say is, I love the culture and openness this company provides."
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Garima Sharma

Director of Replenishment (Produce), WIN (Women in Network) Vice President

Being a women and person of color, I have nothing but great experience to share. Company invested in me in many ways whether it’s attending Women in Food service Forum or taking Produce leadership class from Cornell University or being part of programs like Learning Partners.  

"It is extremely important to have diversity and inclusiveness embedded in our corporate DNA."
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Mary Mam

Vendor Performance Manager, Collective Asian Network

When I feel safe and validated regardless of my background, I show up with my best self each day.

"At US Foods, D&I is not a nice to have, but a must in order to successfully execute the business strategy."
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Meagan Hill

Internal Audit Manager

Over the course of my eight years at US Foods, I feel lucky to have been given many opportunities to grow professionally, especially as a women and a Latina.