- Develop Getty’s workforce so that it reflects the diversity of Southern California and the nation
- Confront and eliminate racism and discrimination in the workplace
- Improve communication within the Getty community to help contribute to a culture of trust
- Enhance diversity of collections, interpretations, exhibitions, digital content, and public programs
- Deepen engagement between all areas of Getty and BIPOC and other diverse communities locally and nationally
Developed by Getty leadership with the input of staff on Getty’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council and staff ideas submitted to the Council, the plan focuses on advancing anti-racist and equitable practices inside Getty, as well as deepening engagement with diverse communities in Los Angeles and beyond.
Getty leadership will report regularly on progress toward these goals to the Getty community, including the Board of Trustees. The plan will evolve with continued input from staff and members of local BIPOC-led organizations, as well as in light of the work and experience of peer institutions. As always, we welcome your comments below.