Realize your potential
Joining Equitable is about more than just doing a job — it’s about realizing your potential. With a culture rooted in skills development, internal mobility, a healthy work/life balance and prioritizing diversity, equity and inclusion, Equitable is committed to helping employees achieve what's possible.
Four profile videos:
Danielle Dunbar, business analyst for the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) team, likes working in an environment where she continuously grows and attains new skills. Throughout her decade with Equitable, she has had the opportunity to meet people across all business lines and contribute to numerous projects, helping her find her career “sweet spot” and thrive.
“There’s an emphasis here on growth and development, both professionally and personally.”
A healthy work/life balance is important to Roderick Cody. It’s a key reason he joined Equitable. In his 2 years as an Azure cloud security architect, Rod has seen how the organization prioritizes communication, direction and flexibility, empowering employees to work on their own schedule, while still being responsive and productive.
“I feel that Equitable understands.”
A 23-year veteran of Equitable, Carmen Abreu, senior information officer, Information Technology, is excited by making the organization’s commitment to prioritizing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) as a measurable business objective. Infusing differing voices and points of view into conversations and the culture help make Equitable stronger and more successful.
“It demonstrates how you lead, how you treat your coworkers and lean in.”
With 21 years under his belt, Bill Patrick is a veteran of Equitable who can attest to the company’s commitment to career development. Starting his career in IT, Bill now heads the Results Delivery Office where he oversees program management for major initiatives such as COVID response and reentry, reimaging the workplace and other large-scale deliverables.
“Twenty years ago, you came into a role and that was your role. Now, I see the sky’s the limit.”