member resource groups

Experience the power of belonging through connection

CGI’s MRGs are member-driven groups, supported by CGI leadership, drawn together by characteristics held in common. These groups provide a national network of multicultural, multigenerational members working together to cultivate a diverse and engaging culture where members thrive, belong, and are empowered to build relationships, grow personally and professionally, and contribute to the growth of CGI.

Through the groups, among other initiatives, CGI aims to increase belonging, respect, and psychological safety among members and create connection and community among members of shared experiences and their allies.

CGI's member resource groups exist to foster inclusion and empower often underrepresented members to achieve their goals. These groups benefit both the wellbeing of individual members and the business, while supporting a culture of belonging.

Benefits of member resource groups
  • Build future leaders
  • Attract a diverse workforce
  • Alert leaders to DE&I related issues
  • Improve retention and reduce turnover
Why they are important
  • Build cultural awareness among staff
  • Increase member engagement
  • Foster relationships between members
  • Provide professional development
  • Support branding and marketing efforts

 Our current MRG's include:

  • Asian American Pacific Islander
  • Black Member Alliance
  • Disability & Neurodiversity Advocates (DNA)
  • Early Career Professionals
  • Latinos Unidos@CGI
  • Mental Health Matters
  • Military and Veterans
  • Pride@CGI
  • Women’s Forum
  • Working Caregivers

Diversity, equity and inclusion at CGI

CGI’s commitment starts with strong corporate values and a workplace culture built on the foundations of respect and belonging. From employee resource groups and leadership goals, to community engagement and education, CGI is leading the IT industry as an organization where people from diverse backgroundsand perspectives can realize their full potential. We’re on a journey, and excited about what’s next.


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