Main pillars of our Diversity & Inclusion
Deloitte Tohmatsu Group has been empowering Diversity & Inclusion along with 4 major pillars: 1. Inclusive Culture, 2. Women Empowerment (ALL-IN), 3. Further Inclusion for Diverse Members, and 4. Work-Life Management. The D&I Committee, which includes the Group CEO and CHRO along with Business Leaders from main business entities, has been proactively empowering to accelerate Diversity & Inclusion initiatives.
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Diversity & Inclusion Structure at Deloitte Tohmatsu Group
The Group CEO and business leaders of the business entities have established the D&I Committee to accelerate D&I-related initiatives. Various initiatives are discussed by the D&I Committee and any decisions will be then approved by the Executive Committee, followed by final approval by the Group Board. After decisions are made, D&I Committee members commit to execute and implement the decisions made.
Profile of External D&I Advisor at Deloitte Tohmatsu Group since 2017
Professor Mariko Bando
Chancellor, Showa Women`s University
Mariko Bando is the Chancellor of Showa Women’s University. After graduating from Tokyo University, she joined the Prime Minister's office in 1969, beginning what was to be a distinguished career as a government official. In April 1995, she became Vice Governor of Saitama Prefecture. In June 1998, she was appointed Consul General in Brisbane, Australia. January 2001, she became Director-General of the Gender Equality Bureau of the Cabinet office. April 2004, she became professor and director of the Institute for Women’s Culture, Showa Women's University. From April 2007 to March 2016, she was President of Showa Women's University and from April 2014, Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Showa Women’s University. She is the author of over 40 books.