Twitter commits that 25% of its executives will be from underrepresented minorities by 2025

Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey speaks during a press match at CES 2019 on January 9, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Twitter on Thursday dedicated to rising the diversity amongst its leadership by setting a aim of getting as a minimum a quarter of its executives be underrepresented minorities by 2025.

The corporate announced the brand new aim as segment of the 25 x 25 pledge, an initiative by Silicon Valley Management Neighborhood to prolong diversity amongst companies within the San Francisco Bay Home.

Roughly 13% of Twitter’s most contemporary leadership employees are Black, Latinx, Indigenous or multiracial, per the corporate’s most most contemporary inclusion and diversity file.

Twitter had beforehand announced a aim of getting as a minimum half of its team be females by 2025 and as a minimum a quarter of its U.S. employees be underrepresented minorities. Meaning employees who are Black, Latinx, Native American, Alaskan or Hawaiian/Pacific Islander or multiracial.

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