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Mode's Diversity Report for Q1, 2021

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Bailey Douglass, VP of People and Places

May 5, 2021 2 minute read

Having an inclusive culture and diverse team is important to us at Mode. To hold ourselves accountable to improve representation at all levels and departments, we’ve committed to publishing our diversity numbers each quarter. Here are the self-reported diversity statistics of our team for Q1 of 2021.

Note: Some of the percentages in the graphics will be slightly off due to design constraints. The numbers in the text are the most accurate representation.

Self-reported diversity statistics at Mode

Self-reported racial identities at Mode Asian - 13%, Black or African American - 10%, Latinx - 7%, Two or More Races - 6%, White - 56%, Decline to State - 6%

2021 - q1 Mode diversity stats

Self-reported gender identities at Mode Female - 45% Male - 54% Nonbinary - 1%

Q1 - 2021; workforce gender

Self-reported racial identities of Mode management

Asian - 21%, Black or African American - 9%, Latinx - 3%, Two or More Races - 6%, White - 61%, Declined to State - 0%

Q1 21 Diversity charts

Self-reported gender identities of Mode management

Female - 36%, Male - 60%, Non-binary - 4%

Q1 2121 Mode diversity

Self-reported racial identities of Mode's technical team members

Asian - 17%, Black or African American - 8%, Latinx - 8%, Two or More Races - 6%, White - 50%, Decline to State - 11%

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Self-reported gender identities of technical team members at Mode

Female - 35%, Male - 65%, Non-binary - 0%

2021 Q1 Mode diversity

Self-reported diversity statistics of non-technical team members

Asian - 1%, American Indian or Alaska Native - 11%, Black or African American - 12% (as shown as Black due to formatting restrictions)* , Latinx - 7%, Two or More Races - 7%, White - 60%, Decline to State - 2% (as shown as DTS due to formatting restrictions)*

Q4 -2020 (3)

Self-reported gender identities of Mode non-technical team members

Female - 52%, Male - 47%, Non-binary - 2%

Q4 -2020 (4)

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