The Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) is pleased to announce the results of the mobility industry’s annual Diversity Equity Inclusion (DEI) Barometer at the Measuring DEI in Mobility virtual event on Tuesday, November 30, 2021. Coordinated in cooperation with Center for Automotive Diversity, Inclusion and Advancement (CADIA), the DEI Barometer captures supplier sentiments and pulse on diversity, equity and inclusion of the four market segments MEMA represents in mobility: aftermarket (AASA), heavy duty (HDMA), original equipment (OESA), and remanufacturing (MERA).
The DEI Barometer is annual survey that provides a snapshot of the DEI landscape in mobility manufacturing. Questions focus on DEI Strategy, Leadership Commitment, Talent Management, DEI Education, and more.
MEMA is committed to helping member companies develop and promote DEI best practices through events, quarterly meetings and community outreach efforts and foster greater understanding and action within their organizations. The DEI Barometer supports that commitment.
Bill Long, president & CEO, MEMA, will kick off the meeting followed by the DEI Barometer Results presented by Mike Jackson, executive director, strategy and research, OESA, and Cheryl Thompson, CEO and founder, CADIA. Telva McGruder, chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer, and Reginald Humphrey, director of DEI partnerships, global diversity group, General Motors, will provide commentary on the DEI Barometer results and present GM’s DE&I Ecosystem.
Every member company is encouraged to send at least one representative to this event. Results of the survey will provide companies with the state of DE&I within the industry and provide actionable insights to continue the conversation within their own organization.