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.
Asian Employee Network (ANA)
develops Asian talent through professional development activities, networking events and business innovation seminars. It also works to build cultural awareness among all company employees, and helps American Express become an employer of choice for professionals of Asian backgrounds.
Black and Asian Employee Network (BAAN)
is the lead resource for promoting diversity, cultural awareness and inclusion of Black, Asian and ethnic minority employees at American Express in the UK.
Black Employee Network (BEN)
is one of the largest Employee Networks at American Express. BEN aims to create a dynamic and culturally enriched work environment, and helps to attract and retain diverse talent. BEN also provides programming that supports member engagement, career advancement, and innovative thinking. BEN also has an Executive chapter to serve our most senior black executives.
Hispanic Origin and Latin-American Employee Network (HOLA)
fosters an environment where its members have the opportunity to reach their maximum potential and advise the business on initiatives relevant to the Hispanic community. HOLA also has an Executive chapter to serve our most senior executives of Hispanic and LatinAmerican origin.
Native American Employee Network (NATIONS)
supports the professional growth and development of our Native American employees.