Crowley Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)
Crowley’s Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are voluntary, employee-led groups that provide developmental guidance and encourage a diverse, inclusive workplace aligned with our values, core competencies and goals.
These ERGs are an important part of our holistic, global inclusion and diversity strategy. They offer support, understanding and resource-sharing to help ensure participants’ collective success.
Every Crowley ERG is open to all employees.
The Veterans Employee Resource Group’s mission is to integrate the experience, values, and knowledge of veterans and active service members.
The Early Career Development Resource Group’s mission is to develop and retain hardworking individuals, while encouraging them to use their skills to their highest potential.
The Women Empowered Resource Group’s mission is to grow the leadership and development of women within the organization.
The English Resource Group’s mission is to create a space where colleagues can support their career paths through improved English language skills.
The Eyes on Retirement Resource Group’s mission is to support those employees who are nearing the end of their career by offering resources on common topics and support from recently retired Crowley employees.
The Mariner Employee Resource Group’s mission is to support a diverse and inclusive mariner workforce through resources, education, career development, and community.
The Black Resourceful Individuals Dedicated to Growth and Education ERG’s mission is to advance a diverse and inclusive work environment, focusing on empowering and inspiring Black team members to achieve their fullest potential at Crowley.
The Stronger Together: LGBTQ+ Alliance Employee Resource Group’s mission is to increase the visibility of the valuable contributions by Crowley’s LGBTQ+ employees while promoting diversity and development through education, communication, and community outreach.
The Mi Gente Employee Resource Group’s mission focuses on developing the cultural intelligence of its members and Crowley colleagues, fostering multi-level cultural exchange among Hispanics and other cultures to develop awareness and providing educational resources, that sustain inclusive networks.