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A diverse & inclusive culture

Diversity and inclusion are at the core of Bates White’s culture—from recruiting individuals with diverse backgrounds, skillsets, and perspectives, to celebrating diversity through a host of different events and programs, and providing mentorship and professional opportunities for every employee to be successful. And, our Diversity-Inclusion Council, made up of a cross-section of employees, is dedicated to providing educational opportunities, cultural celebrations, and other D-I programming.


Across all aspects of our business, we strive to provide a quality work experience—whether it’s developing careers, teaching advanced skills, delivering high-quality work, managing teams, finding ways to give back to the community, or supporting each other.

Watch this video to see what makes the culture at Bates White so special.

Select programs and activities

  • Women’s Network
  • Family programs
    • Family holiday celebration
    • Take-Your-Children-to-Work Day
  • Social gatherings
    • Holiday gala
    • Anniversary celebration
    • New hire receptions
    • Service awards and birthday celebration
  • Monthly take-a-break events
  • Partner-hosted employee lunches
  • Employee interest groups
    • Baking club
    • Basketball
    • Book club
    • Robotics club
    • Soccer
    • Video game club
  • Community Connection



Office space that helps you do your best work

Our office, conveniently located near multiple Metro stations in downtown DC, is designed to foster collaboration, and provide an environment that enhances productivity. The space includes private offices and standing desks for all employees, as well as areas for collaboration, sharing a meal, or challenging coworkers to table tennis and billiards. We offer complimentary fresh fruit, espresso, and beverages as well as a fitness center and rooftop terrace.

We’re proud to have been consistently ranked among the top firms in the Vault Guide to the Top 50 Consulting Firms and named as a Top Workplace by Washington Post.

Vault 2019
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