Diversity and Inclusion Strategy

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Mozilla is committed to diversity and inclusion among its staff and volunteers. The Mozilla Project welcomes and encourages participation by everyone. It doesn’t matter how you identify yourself or how others perceive you: we welcome you. We are a proudly non-profit organization driven by a culture of openness and collaboration. It’s a value we hold strong and it’s how we work together, day in and day out. Our diversity and inclusion strategy is a business level strategy, not a single program or project. It is not a once and done, it is how we operate.

Strategic Investments and Measures

Strategy for 2020

   Partner closely with Talent Acquisition to continue to de-bias and structure our hiring process
   Launch Mozilla's first employee resource group (ERG) which will be focused on driving inclusion
   Pilot a program to boost psychological safety focused on improving inclusion and innovation.

External Diversity Disclosures

We are committed to sharing our diversity and inclusion results every year to hold ourselves accountable to creating an inspiring workplace where no one feels like an only. You can find our annual Diversity Disclosures here.

Community Participation Guidelines Revision (May 2017)

In May 2017, Mozilla released the revised Community Participation Guidelines - Version 2.3 (hereto referred to as CPG).

You can find the CPG hosted on Mozilla.org: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/about/governance/policies/participation/

You can find the CPG Revision wiki guide here: Diversity and Inclusion Strategy/Community Participation Guidelines

Our Team

Diversity and Inclusion Core Team

  • Tara Robertson, D&I Lead
  • Kelsey Witthauer, D&I Senior Project Manager


Slack: #diversity
Email: diversityandinclusion@mozilla.com


Transitioning Freely, by Tara Robertson

HRC’s 2019 LGBTQ Workplace Equality Index, by Kelsey Witthauer

Project Street View: Connecting Team Members with Mozilla’s Leadership