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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging


We embrace and encourage our employees’ differences in age, color, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, language, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, and other characteristics that make our employees unique individuals.


We are committed to building and maintaining a talented and diverse workforce and to supporting an environment of trust and respect for all backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives.

  • Diversity of ideas, perspectives, and backgrounds

  • Equity in professional development, access to opportunities, and career advancement

  • A culture of Inclusion that embraces individuals’ differences and involves all voices

  • Belonging is the employee experience of feeling accepted, connected, and valued.

DEI+B Events Across Bridge

Bridge ERG Groups

Bridge DEI+B Committee

Rreid Mcduff,

Bridge Debt Strategies

Katrina Thomas,

Talent Acquisitions

Michael Atwood, Single Family Rental

Drake Mulkey, Accounting

Brandon Flickinger, Net Lease

Ashlee Kenner,

Human Resources

Adam O'farrell, Co-Executive Sponsor, COO

Pipier Bewlay Co-Executive Sponsor

Human Resources & Inclusion

Rachel Diller,

Workforce & Affordable Housing

Lourdes Fisher,

Client Solutions group

Isela Rosales,

Esg & Sustainability

Scott Cardenas

Information Technology

Krissy Cavin

Human Resources

Mike Sodo


Rachel Mondelli,


Richard Hartley,

Asset Management

Candace Gordon, Bridge Senior Living

Jacky Cheng,

Bridge Logistics

Maren Caldwell,



The purpose of a DEI+B committee is to promote a workplace or organizational culture that is welcoming and inclusive to people from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. The committee aims to foster an environment where everyone feels valued, respected, and supported, regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, or any other characteristic.

Featured Learning

Autism in the Workplace

One in 44 people in the world is on the autistic spectrum. That translates to over 89 million people on the spectrum in the global workforce. In this course, workplace inclusion consultant Tiffany Jameson and neurodivergent and disability inclusion expert Nicole Seaward discuss ways to include and support your autistic colleagues. Tiffany and Nicole offer an overview of autism, including the language used to discuss it and the impact of multiple diagnoses. They explain autism traits, then dive into ways to work effectively with your autistic colleagues in social interactions, learning preferences, creating an environment where they can work comfortably, and building psychological safety as a manager. They show you how to be inclusive in job posts, interviews, onboarding, performance evaluations, and more. Tiffany and Nicole also share discussions with autistics who describe their experiences.

Interactive DEI+B Calendar

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