Diversity and Inclusion


By building an inclusive work environment, we help ensure that Lockheed Martin is able to attract, develop and retain a diverse workforce that has the skills and capabilities needed to solve our customers’ most challenging problems. Employees with diverse backgrounds, perspectives and skills contribute to our overall sustainability. At all levels, we are actively committed to promoting inclusion throughout our company.

Ensuring our hiring, development and retention processes are fair and unbiased.

Providing an inclusive environment that enables our employees, partners and suppliers to leverage their strengths

and capabilities to foster innovation and creativity.


Solving our nation’s most critical challenges by leveraging the diverse strengths of our workforce.

What happened in 2012

The Executive Diversity Council established strategic priorities which included improving organizational health and workforce engagement and developing early/mid career leaders.

in our global employee survey, LM Voice, an increase from 68% in 2011. We increased the Organization Health Index to 73.7 from 72.2 in 2011.   added to promote development  and engagement of leaders  across the enterprise        

In 2012, three of our senior executives were named among FORTUNE magazine’s 50 Most Powerful Women in Business: Marillyn Hewson, Chief Executive Officer and President (#19), Joanne Maguire, former Executive Vice President of Space Systems (#31), and Linda Gooden, former Executive Vice President of IS&GS (#34). Additionally, Rosalind Brewer, a Lockheed Martin board member, was named #13.

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