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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

At Radian, valuing diversity, equity, and 
inclusion means valuing everyone

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Radian's​​​​​​​ DEI Council
With our CEO Rick Thornberry as the executive sponsor, the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Council is led by Co-Chairs Emily Riley (EVP, Chief Marketing and Corporate Communications Officer) and Eric Ray (Sr. EVP, Chief Digital Officer and Co-Head of Real Estate). 

The DEI Council consists of a group of leaders from across the company who are charged with developing the framework for implementing and impacting inclusive initiatives, programs, policies, and processes.
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)
Radian’s ERGs are led by employees who have shared interests, come from like backgrounds, and join together to serve common purposes such as fostering awareness, celebrating diversity, and demonstrating inclusion across differences. Radian ERGs support our DEI strategy by participating in recruiting activities, community relations, and other key initiatives that align with the ERG's mission and goals. Each ERG is guided by a member of the DEI Council.

Radian currently has two (2) ERGs:

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LGBTQA* ERG
*Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Ally
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Women's ERG
ERGs invite all employees to participate in discussions that broaden perspectives and allow for connection across the Radian community. Radian expects to welcome more ERGs soon, while also extending the reach and impact of the current groups.  

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di·ver·si·ty

/dəˈvərsədē/

Diversity is the representation of all our varied identities and differences (race, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, tribe, caste, socio-economic status, thinking and communication styles, etc.), collectively and as individuals. ​

eq·ui​·ty

​/ˈekwədē/

​Equity is an approach that ensures everyone access to the same opportunities. Equity recognizes that advantages and barriers exist, and that, as a result, we all don’t all start from the same place. Equity is a process that begins by acknowledging that unequal starting place and makes a commitment to correct and address the imbalance.

in·clu·sion

 ​/inˈklo͞oZHən/
Inclusion refers to a community where all members are and feel respected, have a sense of belonging, and are able to participate and achieve to their potential.