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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  • Congress Pushes to Keep an 11 Carrier Navy in Budget Agreement

    DoDBuzz – Congress has taken steps to ensure that the Navy is able to operate and maintain 11 aircraft carriers by providing funding for the refueling and overhaul of the USS George Washington carrier. The House and Senate armed services committees included a measure in the National Defense Authorization Act to transfer up to $650 [...]



  • Research: How Female CEOs Actually Get to the Top

    Harvard Business Review — Ambitious young women hoping to run a major business someday are often advised to take a particular career path: get an undergraduate degree from the most prestigious college you can, an MBA from a selective business school, then land a job at a top consulting firm or investment bank. From there, [...]



  • Why do female CEOs get fired more often than male ones? The answer may lie in a term you’ve never heard: The Glass Cliff.

    Boston Globe – Congratulations to all the high-powered women who have made it to the top. You’ve done it. You’ve shattered the glass ceiling. You have it all. Now don’t fall over the edge. It’s called the glass cliff, and as more women take up the corner office, it’s a vexing challenge we face. Companies [...]