Think RAPT Diversity and Inclusion Statement
At Think RAPT, two of our values are Integrity and Compassion. This extends to standing for diversity and inclusion.
And we don’t just mean tick a box. Wham, bam, done! (We love a checklist, but this ain’t a good one).
Our team is very well represented when it comes to women. We also have LGBTQIA+ representation. But we acknowledge that we are (mostly) able-bodied, neurotypical, white people, and with that comes a lot of privilege (that we try to wield for good).
That being said, here’s what we stand for:
- Active anti-racism
- Indigenous rights
- Refugee rights
- LGBTQIA+ rights
- Disability rights
- Body neutrality
We are dedicated to learning and improving in all areas to make Think RAPT an inclusive business and client experience.
Here are some things that we have done (or are doing) to put our values into action:
- Indigenous allyship training for all team members
- Donate to refugee charities
- Make a consistent effort to use correct pronouns
- Don’t allow diet culture into our community spaces
- Improve screen reader access to our materials via captions (an ongoing project) and alt tags on website images
We know diversity and inclusion isn’t a set-and-forget activity. It’s a lifelong learning and practice. We ultimately hope to be part of a more inclusive and equal future.
We’re sure that some people reading this might not like what we stand for. And that’s okay. We probably won’t be a good fit working together and wish you well in your endeavours.
Thank you for reading our Diversity and Inclusion Statement.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are from a marginalised community and have constructive feedback or questions on our diversity and inclusion position.
The Think RAPT team.