jetDiversity is a global retained executive search firm offering innovative, first-class leadership solutions to the aerospace, defense, industrial, and high-technology sectors. Our mission is to connect highly skilled women and people of color with high-level jobs in these industries.

  • Commitment

    jetDiversity is committed to helping our clients create truly diverse workplaces.  We are the first and only full service executive search firm dually focused on diversity hiring and the aerospace, defense, high-tech and industrial markets.

  • Dedication

    At jetDiversity we believe strongly that the job search needn’t be impersonal.  We take the time to really get to know our candidates, and pride ourselves on our outstanding relationship management and candidate support.

  • Excellence

    We know how important it is to your business that we find candidates with the right technical acumen and personal attributes within the appropriate time frame.  That is why each of our searches is executed by a company executive, ensuring that it gets the high level attention it deserves.

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  • Speaking While Female

    New York Times – YEARS ago, while producing the hit TV series “The Shield,” Glen Mazzara noticed that two young female writers were quiet during story meetings. He pulled them aside and encouraged them to speak up more. Watch what happens when we do, they replied. Almost every time they started to speak, they were [...]



  • How to Get More Women to Join the Debate

    New York Times blog – When Dylan Farrow posted a letter on this blog accusing Woody Allen of sexual assault, female commenters overwhelmingly supported her; male commenters were evenly split. These were among my findings when I studied nearly a million comments made on The New York Times website. Women and men differ substantially in [...]



  • Intel Allocates $300 Million for Workplace Diversity

    New York Times – SAN FRANCISCO — Over the last year, Apple, Google and other big technology companies have faced mounting criticism by civil rights leaders about the lack of diversity in their work forces, which are populated mostly by white and Asian men. Now Intel, the giant chip maker, is taking more concrete steps [...]