2016 Recognition

In 2016, Lilly was honored to receive several awards, including being ranked No. 7 worldwide in the Thomson Reuters Diversity and Inclusion Index. We also received a special honor in our hometown, the Sam H. Jones Award, City of Indianapolis Mayor’s Celebration of Diversity.

  • Top 50 Best Companies to Work for in America, Business Insider
  • Top 50 Companies for Diversity, DiversityInc
  • No. 7 Diversity and Inclusion Index, Thomson Reuters
  • No. 9 Company for LGBT Employees, DiversityInc
  • No. 10 Company for Opportunity, DiversityInc
  • No. 12 Company for Employee Resource Groups, DiversityInc
  • No. 15 Company for Mentoring, DiversityInc
  • 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers, Working Mother magazine
  • Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces, Dave Thomas Foundation
  • Top Companies for Executive Women, National Association of Female Executives
  • Sam H. Jones Award, City of Indianapolis Mayor’s Celebration of Diversity
  • 2016 North American Candidate Experience Awards, Talent Board
  • Best Companies for Diversity, Black Enterprise
  • Science 2016 Top Employer, Science Magazine
  • Best Places for Women and Diverse Managers to Work, DiversityMBA
  • Civic 50 Award Top 50 Most Community-Minded Companies, Points of Light
2018 Recognition
2017 Recognition
David A. Ricks Chairman and CEO, Lilly

“Diversity and inclusion is a business imperative at Lilly. We must better understand our changing and rapidly diversifying health-care marketplace, and firsthand experience is the best way to start. We must look like our global communities so that we understand our customers' many, diverse needs."

Diversity & Inclusion
Lilly Employee Resource Groups