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Our ESG journey is focused where CDW can make the greatest impact and sustainably add value for our stakeholders.

arrow Our ESG Program

We are addressing our ESG priorities by empowering our people, leveraging our portfolio, channeling our partnerships and operating through sustainable practices.

arrow Environmental

We strive to continuously improve our own environmental performance while growing our business and supporting our partners and customers in their environmental efforts.

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We continue to build our One CDW culture and strengthen our commitments to diversity, equity and inclusion, business diversity, digital equity for our communities and other forms of social impact.

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CDW’s commitment to good corporate governance is unwavering – from our Board to our Executive Committee to all levels of our organization. 

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Explore our What's New section and see our latest case studies showing our ESG program in action. 

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Explore our library of ESG resources including our 2022 ESG Report, Executive Summary,  TCFD and SASB disclosures.

Virtual Programs Foster Shared Learning Aimed at Empowering Women in Tech

As part of our ongoing commitment to increase the representation of women at all levels of our organization and throughout the technology sector, we hosted two virtual development opportunities this summer aimed at inspiring and empowering the industry’s female leaders of tomorrow.

In June, we hosted a candid panel discussion in which women leaders shared stories documenting key accomplishments and obstacles faced as they advanced within their tech careers.

In July, our Women Opportunities Network (WON) business resource group, which is dedicated to fostering an inclusive work environment that retains and advances female talent, sponsored the 2022 Women in Tech Leadership Forum. The virtual event explored how organizations can remain competitive in today’s challenging employment landscape by attracting, supporting and retaining women IT professionals.

The session, which helped raise funds for YWCA Metropolitan Chicago, featured a conversation between DoorDash’s Global Vice President of Culture and Belonging and Praxis Labs’ Chief Technology Officer about leading and influencing a positive environment for women and non-binary individuals. The program also included breakout sessions with leaders from HPI and Cisco focused on inclusion best practices to support women in technical roles.

Red and black forum poster features the headshots of ten speakers at CDW’s 2022 Women in Tech Leadership Forum hosted July 21st