The Hodge Group is proud to practice in accordance with four fundamental principles relative to DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion).
- Bias: We are cognizant that bias exists in every organization, and that those biases have historically excluded marginalized people.
- Transparency: We are committed to maintaining a transparent environment that incorporates feedback on how our work might sometimes fail to positively impact marginalized people.
- Empathy: We will not deny the lived experiences of our marginalized colleagues and clients.
- Centering: When making recommendations for clients, we will center the voices of those most affected by that client’s work.
These four principles guide our trade-marked methodology of Hyper-Philanthropy™ and define how we interact with our colleagues and clients on a daily basis. Diversity must be more than just a catchphrase, and that’s why we are proud to emphasize cognitive diversity above all else. Our team is made up of multiple faiths, ethnicities, age groups, and political leanings, but we share an understanding that the four principles above should guide our practice in the important work of philanthropy.