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.

Recent Industry News

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  • Women’s Equality by the Numbers: Still a Long Way to Go

    NEWSWEEK – Women make up a majority of the U.S. population Women are 50.8 percent of the U.S. population. They earn almost 60 percent of undergraduate degrees and 60 percent of all master’s degrees. They earn 47 percent of all law degrees and 48 percent of all medical degrees. They earn more than 38 percent […]



  • Hacked e-mails: Boeing wants its drones to hack computers from the sky

    WASHINGTON POST – Drone have been used to drop bombs, spy on foreign countries and monitor how farmers work their fields. Now they could help hack into personal computers. According to e-mails posted by WikiLeaks, military contractors may want to do just that. Boeing and Hacking Team — a Milan-based company criticized for selling surveillance […]



  • Defense contractors hunker down, then report blistering earnings

    WASHINGTON POST – For a while, it looked like 2015 would be a tough year for the defense industry. Military spending had begun to slow and profit margins were shrinking. But in a series of reports recently, the industry showed that things may be turning around faster than expected. “This is the mildest defense downturn […]