FedEx | Diversity

FedEx | Diversity

At FedEx, we’re as diverse as the world we serve. From Harlem to Hong Kong, from Sao Paulo to Sydney, the world of FedEx is all about connecting people, places and cultures. To meet the needs of a diverse customer base, we reflect that diversity within our organization and celebrate it in communities around the world.

Our company was founded on a people-first philosophy, and respect for everyone has always been an everyday business practice. Our diverse workforce, supplier base, and supporting culture all enable FedEx to better serve customers and compete in the global marketplace.

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Transform. Influence. Lead. Hispanic Action Network (HAN) Aligned at the UnidosUS Annual Conference
August 22, 2019 /3BL Media/ FedEx Hispanic Action Network (HAN) leadership recently attended the UnidosUS Annual Conference held in San Diego, CA, August 3 - 6. More than 3,000 visitors were on hand for the Conference and thousands more at the National Latino Family Expo that featured 125 exhibitors. FedEx fully engaged to inspire the community ...
Aug 22, 2019 9:30 AM ET
These Women Are Growing Their Businesses — and Their Confidence
By Elizabeth Stokely Sandra Taborda owns a small catering business in Manizales, Colombia. Ten years ago, after the birth of her son, and with six members of her extended family living under one roof, she decided to try her hand at selling homemade empanadas. Her door-to-door baked goods were a hit, and her brand, San-tehago (“...
Apr 9, 2019 1:10 PM ET
FedEx Provides Free Admission to National Center for Civil and Human Rights Super Bowl Saturday in Atlanta
ATLANTA, January 23, 2019 /3BL Media/ - The National Center for Civil and Human Rights will host a FedEx Free Day, Saturday February 2, providing free admission to all visitors courtesy of presenting sponsor FedEx. The day before Super Bowl LIII, guests can engage with permanent and new exhibitions, including Breaking Barriers: Sports for Change, an...
Jan 23, 2019 12:05 PM ET
The Strike That Brought Hope to Memphis Sanitation Workers
“I remember when I was hired by the Memphis Department of Public Works on April 15, 1967,” recalls Rev. Cleophus Smith. “This particular morning, it was cold. I’m talkin’ about cold, cold. We didn’t have sufficient gloves, clothes, nor did we have water to drink on the job.” Mid-January, 1968: Memphis, Tenn. The low on most days around this time of year was 19 degrees Fahrenheit (°F)....
Feb 8, 2018 12:00 PM ET
The Girl on the Balcony
Millions have seen the image. Moments after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was fatally shot on April 4, 1968, photographer Joseph Louw captured the moment when those with Dr. King on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel all pointed to an area across the street. “In the moments following the shot, as King lay unconscious on the balcony, his comrades turned their attention to a sight in the...
Feb 2, 2018 4:00 PM ET

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