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Diversity & Inclusion Program

Sharing our differences and building on our similarities helps us think creatively, collaborate effectively across business lines and functions, and take pride in our accomplishments. Our internal Employee Resource Groups help us accomplish this by providing opportunities for professional development, networking, outreach and cultural enrichment. Among our groups:

  • Women of Wine (WOW) - A program designed to connect female winery employees within Gallo’s U.S. Sales organization, WOW helps women leverage and improve their knowledge and skills, and to share best practices, success stories and accomplishments.
  • Gallo African American Network (GAAN) - Designed to drive Gallo’s business by providing the support and networking opportunities that will contribute to their member’s success and development, GAAN also serves to promote good citizenship, community involvement and civic leadership.
  • Gallo Equals Together (GET) - A group open to all employees of E&J Gallo Winery and its affiliates without regard to gender identity or sexual orientation. GET is designed to enhance and facilitate E&J Gallo Winery's presence in the business community by increasing recruitment, retention, marketing, and customer relations in the LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender) community. GET also promotes a positive awareness of the Company and its support of the LGBT community.

 

Our commitment goes
beyond our doors

We take pride in supporting the educational efforts of civic and cultural organizations such as:

  • Hispanic Leadership Council
  • Parent Institute for Quality Education
  • Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) Job Training Program
  • King Kennedy Memorial Center 
  • El Concilio Community Center
  • United Way – Stanislaus County
  • United Cerebral Palsy
  • CA Women in Agriculture
  • Center for Human Services
  • Haven Women’s Center
  • Hispanic Leadership Council
  • Livingston Community Network
  • Manteca CAPS – Day Program for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
  • Merced County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Modesto Junior College Foundation and Hispanic Education Conference
  • Sierra Vista Child and Family Services
  • Society for Handicapped Children and Adults
  • Napa Valley Cinco de Mayo
  • Stanislaus County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Howard Training Center
  • Best Buddies
  • Autism Speaks
  • Stanislaus Literacy Center
  • Hands Across the Valley
  • SIFE Students Free Enterprise
  • International Festival
  • League of Women Voters
  • Modesto Gospel Mission