What Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Means at Analysis Group

At Analysis Group, we pride ourselves on being an inclusive and welcoming workplace where people of all backgrounds and identities can thrive. We believe that a diverse workforce directly supports our goal to provide the highest-quality work, and that equity and inclusion are necessary to unlock the power of that diversity.

This drives our commitment to strong talent and business practices that provide rich opportunities to people of all backgrounds, including all sexual orientations, genders, gender identities and expressions, races, colors, ethnicities, national origins, mental and physical abilities and characteristics, ages, socioeconomic statuses, religions, and veteran statuses.

Our collaborative and people- and learning-oriented culture helps ensure that employees from all backgrounds can contribute fully and meaningfully and bring their full selves to work each and every day.


We apply intentional recruiting, retention, and development programs to promote differences in our population that serve to enrich us as a firm. We monitor our recruiting sources and outcomes to increase diversity throughout the pipeline.

Select examples:

  • Host annual Rise@AG externship for underrepresented sophomores
  • Engage in recruiting partnerships with Out for Undergrad, The Consortium, and more
  • Host onboarding and mentoring programs that support underrepresented populations



We ensure that our systems and processes provide access, resources, and opportunities to all, particularly underrepresented and marginalized groups. We work to understand and combat the root causes of outcome disparities.

Select examples:

  • Involve DE&I team in performance, promotion, and pay processes
  • Run bias training for staff at all levels


Inclusion and Belonging

We strive to live the dominant values of our firm, fully knowing how our culture and behaviors can create a sense of belonging for each employee. We work to actively create an environment in which individuals feel welcomed and supported by the organization as their authentic selves.

Select examples:

  • Run senior staff DE&I liaison program to promote DE&I involvement in all offices
  • Feature DE&I speakers for cultural and heritage months
  • Provide parenthood off-ramp/on-ramp mentors
  • Include DE&I on many event agendas


Globally Minded

In addition to our focus on the above DE&I practices, we also pride ourselves on attracting a diverse, international pool of top talent from across the globe and investing in visa support for new hires. Our employees come from over 40 countries, speak more than 40 languages, and enjoy transfer opportunities among our 14 global offices.

  • 40 Countries

    40+ Countries

  • 40+ Languages

    40+ Languages

  • 14 Global Offices

    14 Global offices

Affinity Groups

Our formal employee-founded and employee-led affinity groups are open to all offices and roles across the firm. We anticipate the continued expansion of our affinity group structure as we deepen our investment in this area – and we encourage our employees to look for opportunities to lead in this space. Our affinity groups support DE&I through a variety of programs and initiatives, some of which are listed below.

  • Black@AG

    Intern & new hire events

    New hire networking program

    Mentoring families

    Black@AG summit


  • Mentoring circles

    Networking speakers & workshops

    Work-life coaching circles

    Parenthood resources

  • Safe zone training

    Firmwide pronoun guide

    Pride celebrations

  • Member engagement survey

    Coffee chats & social events

    Lunar New Year, Ramadan, Mid-Autumn, and Diwali celebrations

  • Coffee chats & social events

    Career panels

    Hispanic Heritage Month speaker event



Analysis Group is proud to partner with organizations working to enrich and empower the diverse workforce of tomorrow and to expand pathways to opportunity in the economics field. Our partner organizations equip students with knowledge and resources to help them identify opportunities within our industry and accelerate their paths to success. In addition to the partnerships below, we are also invested in a number of on-campus and industry groups that help us connect with underrepresented candidates, and we have a dedicated recruiter focused on outreach to HBCUs and other schools with significant representation of Black and Latin/Hispanic students.

  • AG sponsors the AEA Summer Program (AEASP), the goal of which is to increase diversity in the field of economics by preparing talented undergraduates for doctoral programs in economics and related disciplines. The AEASP is a prestigious program that enables students to develop and solidify technical skills in preparation for the rigor of graduate studies. In addition to technical training, the AEASP also hosts events to showcase the many career pathways for Ph.D. students.

  • AG sponsors and participates in Out for Undergrad (O4U), a career conference for undergraduate LGBTQ+ students. O4U’s mission is to help LGBTQ+ students learn about careers in their industries of interest, network with more experienced LGBTQ+ professionals to discuss navigating the cultural and social demands of their workplaces, share what it feels like to truly be themselves in a professional setting, and begin building their professional networks.

  • AG has a diversity recruiting partnership with Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO). SEO Careers aims to provide historically underrepresented students with access to internships that transition to full-time roles. Through SEO’s Edge and Success programs, candidates are supported during their job search process, and are matched with a coach to enhance their internship experience. In partnership with SEO, we market our open positions to a large collection of undergraduate students and host recruiting events.

  • AG partners with The Consortium, an alliance of business schools and organizations that partner to serve Black, Latinx, and Native American M.B.A. candidates. 1,100 underrepresented students are part of The Consortium, and it is one of the leading DE&I organizations in the business school realm. In partnership with The Consortium, we attend educational and recruiting events and connect interested candidates with our open positions.

  • AG sponsors the WISER Inclusive Peer Onsite Distance (IPOD) Mentoring Program, which focuses on mentoring students who are alumni of the AEA Summer Program. The program pairs up students with senior economists to help them prepare for graduate school and obtain key support with employment searches.


Broad-Scale Impact

We are committed to supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion beyond AG, in addition to within our own walls. Our client and pro bono work allows us to have a meaningful impact on topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the broader economy, including through the following exemplar matters:

Our Team

To maintain consistent and concerted progress towards our diversity, equity, and inclusion goals, we have a team of professionals at the firm dedicated to partnering with leadership on our strategy and initiatives. Please reach out to any of these individuals for more information.

Sabriya Stewart


Sabriya Stewart

Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion  |  Pronouns: She/Her

Sabriya Stewart is a leader on our HR team. For over fourteen years, she has dedicated her career to advancing and driving change in diversity, equity, and inclusion across four levels: organizational, cultural, interpersonal, and individual. At AG, she is committed to partnering with leaders, managers, and employees across the firm to continue to raise awareness, strengthen DE&I skills and practices, and harness the power of diversity in the workforce. She and her team are dedicated to continuing to embed DE&I in the fabric of the firm to promote its sustainable, continued success. She is available to answer questions about DE&I at AG and to discuss opportunities for strategic partnership on DE&I initiatives.

Khalilah Jones


Khalilah Jones

DE&I Manager  |  Black, Cisgender, Pronouns: She/Her

Khalilah Jones is a manager on our DE&I team. She is passionate about fostering community and creating space for all of AG’s employees to bring their full selves to work. She is available to answer questions about AG’s affinity groups; our firmwide learning modules on DE&I topics; and building diversity, equity, and inclusion into all aspects of firm life.

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Melissa McKeown


Melissa McKeown

Senior DE&I Manager  |  White, Cisgender, Pronouns: She/Her

Melissa McKeown is a manager on our DE&I team. She is committed to promoting inclusivity and belonging across all levels and functions of the firm, and works closely with our affinity group network to support the groups’ programming and growth. Melissa also partners closely with senior leaders and representatives across the firm to develop and maintain momentum for DE&I initiatives across all of our global offices. She is available to answer questions about any of our ongoing or upcoming DE&I-related programming. Before joining the DE&I team, Melissa spent several years working as a consultant in AG’s Accounting practice.

Megumi Milla profile


Megumi Milla

DE&I Recruiting Manager  |  Latinx, Cisgender, Pronouns: She/Her

Megumi Milla is a manager on our DE&I Recruiting team. She is passionate about offering the best candidate experience possible and ensuring we build a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment. She is available to answer candidate questions about preparing for an interview, what it is like to work at AG, our staffing model, and AG culture. Please email her directly if you are interested in pursuing a role with us.

Ivy Bonoldi


Ivy Bonoldi

DE&I Recruiter  |  White, Cisgender, Pronouns: She/Her

Ivy Bonoldi is a recruiter on our DE&I Recruiting team. She is passionate about creating meaningful interview experiences and building lasting relationships with candidates. Ivy supports our internal DE&I team to ensure that we build a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment. She is available to answer candidates' questions about preparing for an interview, what it’s like to work at AG, our staffing model, and AG’s unique culture. Please email her directly if you’re interested in pursuing a role with us.

Laura Acosta


Laura Acosta

Vice President, Human Resources  |  White, Cisgender, Pronouns: She/Her

Laura Acosta is a senior leader on our HR team. She is passionate about embedding diversity, equity, and inclusion principles into all aspects of firm life; developing inclusive leaders; strengthening AG’s position as a best place to work; supporting marginalized and underrepresented communities; and unlocking collaboration and innovation by disrupting the status quo. She is available to answer questions about how AG approaches diversity, equity, and inclusion and about opportunities for partnership with AG on this critical topic. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Laura spent the last eight years of her career designing, developing, and implementing diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies and initiatives.

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