DEI at Airship
What Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Mean to Us
What does Diversity mean at Airship?
Diversity starts with understanding each of our “social identities.” Social identity comprises the parts of a person’s being that come from belonging to groups, including (but not limited to) age, ethnicity, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, education, physical ability, and socioeconomic status.
At Airship, we acknowledge that voices have been underrepresented in our communities and in our industry. We hold the fundamental belief that diversity leads to strength, adaptability, and resilience. It takes continuous learning and daily effort to cultivate a collective that resembles the world around us.
We strive to celebrate the differences of our crew and each of their distinct perspectives formed by their social identity and experiences. We shine a light on each of our unique contributions and what only we can bring to the table.
What does Equity mean at Airship?
Each of our journeys are filled with moments where others pushed us to be better, provided us with opportunities and poured out advice on how to reach our dreams. It’s our turn to identify how we can bring others into the opportunities given to us and give them access that they may not have acquired on their own.
There are uneven advantages in the workplace so Airship operates with a desire to see every crew member succeed. We promote equity and fairness in all areas of business, including pay, leadership opportunities, and influence on decisions.
What does Inclusion mean at Airship?
At the core of inclusion at Airship is a sense of belonging. It’s an environment where crew members feel comfortable and supported to be their authentic selves. It’s a culture that is naturally shaped by every new crew member and a leadership team that values the voice of all people. It’s a place that proactively finds ways to provide accessibility for everyone to participate in our processes and our products.