Charles Schwab & Co.
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Hiring the best people. Helping them make the most of their talents. Working together in an atmosphere of integrity and mutual respect. That's Schwab. And that's what sets us apart.
True to our vision and values here at Schwab, we believe that diversity and inclusion foster wealth. We define wealth as reaching beyond the creation of financial security. Wealth is also quality of life, the totality of each of our experiences, and the fulfillment of our dreams. Schwab's definition of diversity transcends race and is partly attributed to our emphasis on inclusion - recognizing and valuing our differences. To this end, diversity and inclusion are woven into the fabric of our company. We invite you to experience us and to understand our vision - the Schwab beyond the verbiage, the accolades and the notoriety. Although we are proud of our accomplishments in this area so far, we continue to set new standards in enhancing our employees' work environment, our clients' experiences and our community outreach. Our goal is simple: we will raise the bar on Inclusion in every aspect of our business.
Special Diversity Initiatives, Honors and Awards:
October 2007: Charles Schwab was ranked 13 in California's Top 25 Corporate Leaders of Gender Diversity in the Boardroom and Executive Suite. Schwab was ranked in the Top 25 in 2006 and 2007.
September 2007: For the fourth consecutive year, Charles Schwab receives a "100 Per Cent Rating" on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equity Index from 2004 to 2007.

June 2007: For the second consecutive year, Schwab was ranked on Computerworld's list of Top 100 Places to Work in IT. Schwab jumped 44 places in one year to rank 53rd overall for 2007 and 24th among companies with more than 10,000 employees.

June 2007: Charles Schwab ranked number four in the top five online brokers in June's Consumer Reports magazine. Schwab received an overall score of 85 and was rated 'Excellent' in the categories of Banking & Asset Management, Research & Education and Customer Support.

April 2007: The San Francisco Chronicle named Charles R. Schwab its CEO of the Year.

April 2007: Schwab's Talk to Chuck advertising campaign won the Grand Ogilvy Award in the ARF David Ogilvy Awards. Schwab was cited as "the best of the best" for successfully utilizing research to produce an ad campaign that achieves exceptional business results.

April 2007: Schwab's careers website ranked number six in the The Top Employer Web Benchmark 2007 done by Potentialpark, a research and consulting firm specializing in recruitment communication.

March 2007: Barron's awarded first place for five-year performance to a model portfolio based on Schwab Equity Ratings - this time for the five-year period ending December 31, 2006. Schwab previously won twice for five-year performance and posted two consecutive wins in the three-year category.Previous Initiatives, Honors and Awards Schwab again topped the list in the five-year performance category of Barron's semi-annual stock recommendation competition for performance through June 30, 2006.

Schwab took the top ranking in the five-year perforamnce category in Barron's annual stock recommendation competition after two consecutive wins in the three-year category.

Schwab.com won two Gold Monitor awards in Corporate Insight's 2005 e-Monitor Awards competition, one for Products and Services Range and the other for Research and News.

The Journal of Financial Advertising votes "Talk To Chuck" best ad campaign in Brokerage category and Best in Show for financial services advertising in 2006. Five Schwab officers named among the "Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business" by the San Francisco Business Times in 2006

Proud sponsor of the annual Ariel/Schwab Black Investor Survey for the last 10 years
Schwab was a proud Corporate Partner of the National Association of Black Accountants for 2004, 2005 and 2006; and the National Society of Hispanic MBAs and the National Black MBA Association for 2004
Received a Corporate Leader Award from the Women of Color Action Network in 2004
Ranked 16 in 2003 Fortune 1000's annual list of the Top 30 Companies for Executive Women
2003 finalist for the Out & Equal Workplace Excellence Award
Named one of the top 50 Diversity Employers for 2002 by Black Collegian Magazine

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Vice President, Information Solutions
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