Since 1987, Employee Networks at American Express have brought together people with shared backgrounds and interests to engage with and learn from each other. Organically grown and employee driven, Employee Networks broaden participants’ community of colleagues, as well as their knowledge of the business by driving employee engagement and promoting a culture of inclusion.
With 16 networks and nearly 100 chapters globally, our Employee Networks encompass the full spectrum of diversity at American Express including disability, ethnicity, faith, gender, gender identity, generations, sexual orientation and veteran’s status.
Christian Employee Network (SALT)
serves as a resource group for the Christian employee community. Its members strive to make a positive difference in the workplace by demonstrating a commitment to the values and leadership principles set forth by the company. SALT is open to all denominations.
Muslim Employee Network
fosters an environment of awareness, understanding and education through lunch and learns, informational booths and participation in community activities to counter the stereotypes and misinformation surrounding Islam and Muslims.
Jewish Employee Network (CHAI)
from the Hebrew word meaning “life,” hosts educational and communityoriented events to foster awareness of Jewish culture. It serves as a resource and support network for members and strives to enhance overall diversity and inclusion in the workplace.