At Zwift, we’re actively working to build a team that values diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging (DEIB). We want Zwift to foster a representative, just, and welcoming environment – both amongst the team and in the game.
Our mission, getting more people, more active, more often, promotes a healthier society. Through sports, we strive to break down barriers and bring people together. When we say “more people” we mean all people, regardless of race, religion, or sexual orientation.
We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce that celebrates each of our Watopians. Through our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) — voluntary, employee-led groups — we’re accelerating efforts to ensure that every Watopian, particularly those from underserved communities, can bring their whole selves to work.
Learn more about our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and their missions below.
Working to develop Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) leaders, transforming business by cultivating safe spaces and giving back to our local communities. Members support each other, sponsor events throughout the year, volunteer to support underrepresented communities, and help influence Zwift business decisions to be more equitable and inclusive.
Fostering community, networking, and creating opportunities among Zwift’s diverse LGBTQIA+ employees to develop and grow in their professional lives. Members advocate for inclusion and acceptance to celebrate the identities and experiences and to recruit and retain LGBTQIA+ allies and individuals.
Zwift Women’s ERG
Committed to empowering and supporting women and their allies at all career stages. Members foster a community that focuses on the development of women through coaching and mentoring frameworks led by women leaders for current and future women leaders at Zwift.
At Zwift, we’re on a mission to break the barriers to fitness and technology to impact the health and wellness of our global communities.
Since our founding in 2014, giving back has been a part of Zwift’s culture. In just a short amount of time we’ve donated more than $1.5 million to underserved communities.
We are rallying around three strategic pillars which align with our mission of “helping more people become more active, more often”:
Through the Zwift Check Match Program, we amplify the giving efforts of our employees by matching donations to their favorite eligible organizations.
And every Zwift employee is granted 40 hours of paid volunteer time off (VTO) per year — a tremendous benefit that enables Watopian social impact in the local communities Zwift serves.