At Sanofi, we demonstrate our commitment to inclusion and diversity through Culture groups and programs. There are many ways to make a difference and connect with other Sanofi employees:
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are a critical component in fostering an inclusive and diverse environment at Sanofi. They enable employees to connect around a common experience or characteristic and offer an opportunity for employees to learn about individuals who are different from themselves.
ERGs are led by employees, championed by executive sponsors, and supported by Sanofi.
For information on inclusion and diversity at Sanofi, reach out to NAInclusionandDiversity@sanofi.com. You can also reach out to ERGs using the email addresses below. To get updates on programs and events from specific ERGs, sign up to be a member on the ERG Registration Portal.
CAN (Capable & Able Network)
DeLTAs (Developing Leaders and Talent Across Sanofi)
WISE (Women Inspiring Sanofi Excellence)
This program has facilitated more than 2,000 cultural exchange trips for children of Sanofi US employees in return for hosting a student from another part of the world for a reciprocal visit.
This program helps employees’ dependent children, age 25 or younger, who are in need by providing financial, medical, or material assistance when no other form of assistance is available.
Sanofi US believes in supporting the communities in which we live and work and encourages employees who want to be more involved. The Sanofi US Matching Gifts Program has been designed with the Sanofi corporate values in mind, demonstrating our interest in supporting employee philanthropic endeavors.
Join your fellow employees in demonstrating our commitment to patients and the communities in which we live and work through various volunteer opportunities.
Your location may offer additional volunteer opportunities, such as serving at a local food bank, making crafts for pediatric patients, volunteering at a charitable event, or participating in team-builder events sponsored by charitable organizations. For more information, please visit the Making a Difference section of the Thrive Portal.