The Diversity Research Institute Releases the 2022 Top 20 DRI Texas Fortune 1000 Companies Most Representative in the U.S.

Sep 22, 2022 10:20 AM ET
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HOUSTON, September 22, 2022 /3BL Media/ - The Diversity Research Institute (DRI) releases the 2022 Corporate Governance Report of Fortune 1000 Companies. This report assesses the executive and board demographics of 94 Fortune 1000 companies headquartered in the state of Texas. Companies are scored on a scale of 1-10 to assess their racial and gender demographics in relation to those in the United States. Those companies with the highest scores are named DRI Fortune 1000 Companies Most Representative of the United States. Companies with the lowest scores are listed as the DRI Fortune 1000 Companies Least Representative of the United States.

Our research finds that executive leadership and board membership of Fortune 1000 companies headquartered in Texas continue to be mostly composed of non-Hispanic white men, regardless of county or industry. White men held an average of 69% of all executive leadership and 61% of all board of director positions. When compared to county and state population demographics, we also found a significant underrepresentation of historically marginalized populations. In all, there was an extreme magnitude of racial underrepresentation for Hispanics/Latinx persons in corporate governance given the population of Texas, which was largely unmatched by other racial groups.

Listed are the 94 Fortune 1000 companies headquartered in the state of Texas that were surveyed for the report.

Academy Sports and Outdoors

Comfort Systems USA



Sally Beauty

American Airlines Group

Commercial Metals

Globe Life


Service Corp. International

American National Group

Conoco Phillips

Group 1 Automotive

Mr. Cooper Group

Southwest Airlines

AMN Healthcare Services



MRC Global

Southwestern Energy


Core-Mark Holding

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Murphy Oil

Stewart Information Services


Crestwood Equity Partners

Hilltop Holdings

Nexstar Media Group



Crown Castle International



Targa Resources

Atmos Energy

D.R. Horton


Occidental Petroleum

Texas Instruments

Baker Hughes

Darling Ingredients



Trinity Industries

Brinker International

Dell Technologies


Par Pacific Holdings


Builders FirstSource

Diamondback Energy

Jacobs Engineering Group


Valero Energy


Digital Realty Trust


Pioneer Natural Resources



Energy Transfer


Plains GP Holdings


CenterPoint Energy

EnLink Midstream

Kinder Morgan

Primoris Services

Waste Management


Enterprise Products Partners


Quanta Services

Western Midstream Partners

Charles Schwab

EOG Resources

Lennox International

Rackspace Technology

Westlake Chemical

Cheniere Energy


LGI Homes

Range Resources


Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings


Marathon Oil

Resideo Technologies




Match Group

Rush Enterprises


Dennis Kennedy, founder and chairman of the National Diversity Council, shared his thoughts on the report and companies maintaining a focus on their diversity and inclusion.

“We hope that the public finds this research useful to advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion in your company. We must continue to partner and collaboration toward creating workplaces that reflect the diversity of our country.”

Listed are the top 20 DRI Texas Fortune 1000 Companies Most Representative in the U.S. These companies received a score of six or higher on a scale of 1-10.

  1. Kimberly-Clark
  2. AMN Healthcare Services
  3. Match Group
  4. Rent-A-Center
  5. Texas Instruments
  6. CBRE
  7. Jacobs Engineering Group
  8. Valhi
  9. Arcosa
  10. Celanese
  11. CenterPoint Energy
  12. Michaels
  13. Crown Castle International
  14. Waste Management
  15. USAA
  16. Comerica
  17. Tenet Healthcare
  18. At&T
  19. Vistra
  20. McKesson

“Diversity, equity and inclusion have transformed workplaces and, today more than ever, employers are engaging and demonstrating inclusive leadership,” Kennedy said. “We are proud to see a steady increase in dei at Fortune 1000 companies” Kennedy praised the most representative in the U.S for showing representation and moving the needle in the diversity and inclusion space.

The Texas Corporate Governance Report helps professionals advocate for increased racial and gender representation across all segments of the corporate organization. The report includes a scorecard, a comparative analysis of the assessment areas and data points. For more information and to view this year’s results, please visit

About the Diversity Research Institute

The Diversity Research Institute is an institute that produces diversity and inclusion best practices that help businesses and organizations thrive economically, become socially responsible, and create fair and just workplaces. The DRI enhances the value of diversity and inclusion by bridging the areas of academic research and business practices. More information about the Diversity Research Institue is available at: