Statement of Inclusivity

Hope for a from oppression and injustice, when a new humanity includes all peoples, languages, tribes, and nations.
Curtiss Paul DeYoung

Statement of inclusivity


Inclusivity is not enough without a sense of belonging, too. Together, we are committed to creating a safe environment for honest conversations about inclusivity and how we can support each other through difficult times when they arise. We recognize that there is much progress to make, and we have sworn to take action toward building a more diverse and inclusive workplace where belonging is also taken seriously.


enrollmentFUEL’s first core value—love—is a company value not often heard or experienced in the business world. But, now more than ever, we believe we have an obligation as a business to love openly—and this belief compels us to action. enrollmentFUEL pledges to use our voice, our skills, and our resources to support the building blocks of justice and equality in our enrollment community. While these actions will not solve everything, we are dedicated to them to help strengthen awareness and compassion and foster love.


Ways we are taking action:

  • enrollmentFUEL annually donates to five diverse charities chosen by our employees.
  • We will close our offices on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Juneteenth to highlight and celebrate these days.
  • Our REV teaching and learning curriculum will convey a message of hope, opportunity, and urgency in the fight for justice and equality.
  • Diversity and inclusivity will remain a primary topic and objective of our business strategy, with a focus on tangible action items.
  • enrollmentFUEL will continue to build partnerships with businesses and non-profits that espouse justice and equality in both action and values.


As supporters and friends of enrollmentFUEL, we invite you to join our efforts.