Diversity and Inclusion
We're committed to diversity and inclusion.
Encouraging employees to use their unique skills
Supporting volunteerism that boosts diversity
Diversity Matters at Dominion Energy
Welcoming different perspectives builds a more creative and innovative workplace, leading to greater productivity, improved profit margins, and better service to our customers and other stakeholders.
Our commitment to diversity begins at the top.The Executive Diversity Council sets and monitors objectives for workforce and supplier diversity, corporate philanthropy and community involvement. In addition, each of Dominion Energy’s business units has its own diversity council, which works alongside the executive sponsors to promote diversity and inclusion within the company.
Valuing our Employees
We work to recruit, retain, and develop the careers of talented individuals who reflect the diversity within our communities.
Women make up 25 percent
of our Board of Directors
- Workforce Diversity: Reflecting the communities we serve
- Workforce Inclusion: Creating a workplace environment where all employees are respected and valued
- Culture of Inclusivity: Fostering an environment where employees can utilize their unique strengths, skills, personalities and life experiences
Dominion Energy offers employees the opportunity to participate with diverse interest groups:
- African American Resource Group
- Latino Resource Group
- LGBTQ+ Resource Group
- Veteran's Network
- Women's Resource Group
- Young Professionals Resource Group
Reflecting Our Communities
We seek to hire employees who reflect the people we serve. We will continue to diversify our workforce to better represent the changing demographics of the communities in which we do business.
We’re proud to be partners with many diverse suppliers. We have found small, minority, women, veteran, service-disabled veteran, LGBTQ and disability-owned businesses are a rich source of ideas and deliver real value to our company. These relationships strengthen our communities and contribute substantially to our success.
We partner with diverse businesses in our communities, including: women-owned, minority-owned, veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, LGBT-owned, disability-owned, HUBZone, and small disadvantaged businesses.
Our advocacy partners include:
Small and Diverse Business Definitions
Certification by a third-party or advocacy partner is encouraged, but not required, with the exception of HUBZone businesses, which require certification by the Small Business Administration.
Independently owned and operated, organized for profit, and not dominant in its field; size and sales standards may also apply
Small Disadvantaged Business
Owned, managed and controlled 51% or more by one or more individuals who are both socially and economically disadvantaged
Owned, managed and controlled 51% or more by one or more African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Asian-Pacific Americans, and Asian-Indian Americans
Owned, managed and controlled 51% or more by one or more women
Owned, managed and controlled 51% or more by one or more veterans
Owned, managed and controlled 51% or more by one or more people with a service-connected disability
Owned, managed and controlled 51% or more by an LGBT person or persons
A business operating in a historically underutilized business zone where a minimum percentage of employees live in the HUBZone
Owned, managed and controlled 51% or more by one or more individuals with a disability (veteran-disability-owned businesses are included in this classification)
Dominion Energy supports diversity initiatives in our communities through philanthropic programs, partnerships and volunteer outreach. Through grants large and small, we invest in programs that foster an appreciation of cultural diversity, revitalize neighborhoods, develop community leadership, and support the cultural endeavors that give life to our communities.
The Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation is our philanthropic arm dedicated to improving the physical, social and economic well-being of the communities served by our companies.
We support our youth through a variety of educational programs and mentoring initiatives. Our goal is to strengthen STEM competitiveness and prepare students for tomorrow's workplace.
We encourage our employees to volunteer their time to charities by providing leave time and other incentives. We also have a matching funds program for charitable donations.
Progress & Performance
We annually report on our progress and performance related to diversity and inclusion practices in our Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility Report.