Diversity & Inclusion

Celebrating Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

GEICO is committed to celebrating the diversity of more than 40,000 associates. Our Diversity Planning Committee, ERGs, associates, and management teams in every location all partner together to lead each celebration throughout the organization.

GEICO Associate Stories

The series of stories intended to highlight various employee groups sharing their unique lived experiences – personal and professional. This montage highlights portions of stories from the first series, focused on some of our associate's stories.


Alexander Cardozo | Spotlight

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Our Workforce Data

GEICO takes great strides to ensure that we have a diverse workforce. While we understand there is more work to be done, GEICO is investing heavily to ensure that our workforce is diverse and equitable from top to bottom.

Associate Demographics by Race/Ethnicity and Gender

In the graphs below, we highlight our progress over the past few years, as well as how we are trending through our new hires.

* Our graphs below show all associate data by December 2020, all associate data by December 2021, and all newly hired associates during the year of 2021.

Management Demographics by Race/Ethnicity and Gender

In addition to highlighting the diversity of our entire workforce, GEICO is committed to ensuring that our management reflects the diversity of our team. Below is our management representation as well as how we have been changing over time.

* Our graphs below show all management members data by December 2020, all management members data by December 2021, and all associates promoted into or within management in 2021.

We stand together to do better.

GEICO has comprehensive Diversity and Inclusion goals that include:

Associate Development

Developing and nurturing the diverse talents of all associates to ensure everyone in the GEICO family can reach their full potential.

Management Development

Expanding the cultural competence of our management team.

Management Tools & Resources

Guiding management with tools to respectfully identify and address bias in talent discussion.

Community Building

Facilitating a greater sense of community through Employee Resource Groups (ERGs).

Improving Job Seeker Experience

Ensuring that all job seekers experience a welcoming and inclusive environment where their talents are recognized and valued.

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

We currently have six ERGs on a collective mission to further promote belonging and equity, and in doing so, strengthen our relationship with associates and customers. Our goal is to ensure that every associate, across every dimension of diversity, feels represented.


GEICO Organization for Black Outreach and Leadership Development



Parent PEERS

Providing Education, Encouragement, Resources, and Support


GEICO Reaching Out to Women


Achieving Beyond and Lifting Expectations

GEICO Familia

Hispanic/Latina/o/x ERG

ERGs at GEICO help to:

  • Provide a space for community support and development for associates
  • Enhance the professional and career development of GEICO associates
  • Activate educational awareness and cultural competence of diverse communities
  • Strengthen the business of GEICO through various channels such as recruitment and hiring of diverse associates
  • Share insights that are critical to the marketplace: business opportunities and innovation, inclusive product design, development and marketing, corporate social responsibility, and branding
  • Socially impact local communities via outreach and partnership initiatives
  • Welcomes allies and associates, regardless of background or identity

We are building a diverse and inclusive workforce.

At GEICO, we know people are at the root of all we do. Our efforts for recruiting new talent holistically embody a thoughtfulness and intentionality around the communities we serve and the associates who make up our team. We recognize there are many communities of underrepresented and underutilized talent that add value to our organization, and it is our mission to attract, recruit and retain all talent.

Our Total Rewards benefits package is designed to help associates no matter where they are in their career or stage of life. To learn more about GEICO's inclusive benefits offerings, visit our Total Rewards Program.

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Todd Combs

CEO, Todd Combs on GEICO's Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity not only makes our company stronger, but it also makes us better equipped to serve our customers and communities. It is our belief that our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is foundational to our corporate culture and is a primary business imperative in how we care for our customers and the communities we serve. We recognize that many of our associates and customers are burdened by actions impacting their communities. Our commitment to inclusion and equity also includes standing with communities experiencing inequities and oppression through our ERGs, community service, and philanthropy.

Carl Tims

Carl Tims, GEICO's Chief Diversity Officer

Respecting and valuing our associates is our number one operating principle. We display our commitment to this principle by creating space for authenticity, belonging and safety, by listening to our associates, and creating access to opportunities. We also work to provide opportunities, develop and maximize the skills and talents of all our associates, at every level, to excel and achieve their career ambitions. I am proud of the progress we are making every day on our journey to become as inclusive as possible within the company and in the communities where our associates live and work so that we can provide a stronger sense of belonging.

About Carl Tims

Carl Tims serves as vice president and Chief Diversity Officer of Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO). His responsibilities include leading the Community Engagement and Diversity and Inclusion initiatives. Prior to assuming his current role in 2020, Tims had served as assistant vice president of Midwest Claims in GEICO's Macon, Georgia, office.

Tims began his career with GEICO in 1992 and has worked in most technical and managerial areas of Customer Service and Claims. Tims earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Georgia Southwestern State University College and holds Claims Law, Associate in Claims and CPCU professional designations. Tims currently serves as a board member for the advisory council of the National Urban League, Greater Washington Board of Trade and the Tubman Museum of Georgia. He previously served as a board member for the United Way of Central Georgia and National Urban League of greater Atlanta.