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Women run Pinterest—or at least, they make up 51% of the workforce behind the platform.
The company released its 2021 Inclusion & Diversity Report last week, noting that women accounted for 33% of leadership roles, up from 30% in 2020, and people who identify as Alaskan Native, American Indian, Black, Latiné/Hispanic, Native Hawaiian and/or Pacific Islander make up 16% of its work force, up from 12% at the end of the previous year.
Pinterest said the theme for this year’s report, “Inspiration Starts With Inclusion,” reflects its efforts to incorporate inclusion and diversity throughout the company and the platform, and it highlighted:
- The rollout of platform features and policies aimed at supporting diverse representation and wellbeing, including augmented reality try on, hair pattern search, pronoun settings for profiles, skin tone ranges and its weight loss ad ban.