DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION AT TPD

 

DEI IN OUR WORKPLACE

At TPD, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are at the core of who we are. We strive to foster an environment that respects the differences amongst our employees and to create a culture and foundation of empathy, courage, and trust. TPD’s employees are its greatest asset and includes people from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds, and experiences. We embrace these differences and do not discriminate, period.

We collectively work toward the goal of Moving Forward Together®, through our project work, internally and with respect to our local communities. We know that having varied perspectives helps generate better ideas to solve the complex problems of a changing—and increasingly diverse—world. We celebrate DEI throughout everything we do, by supporting and encouraging all TPDers to be innovative, collaborative, and comfortable sharing their unique perspectives.

 

OUR DEI COMMITTEE

TPD’s DEI Committee was officially established in 2021, with the purpose of assisting our Board with establishing the framework of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives at TPD. Our DEI Committee further serves to ensure those initiatives are carried out by the company and to advocate for new and additional initiatives to keep the DEI program progressing forward. The Committee assists in TPD’s efforts to continue to create an inclusive environment that promotes equity in the workplace. Thus, leading to a culture that leverages diversity to its fullest potential so that every employee can have a sense of belonging regardless of their background.

 

MEET TPD'S DEI COMMITTEE CHAIR

Herman Lloyd, DEI Committee Chair

Herman Lloyd is a Vice President at TPD, as well as a long-time veteran in the transportation industry. Mr. Lloyd is a passionate DEI advocate, and has served in several formal, dedicated DEI roles. He led the initiative to establish a formal DEI Committee at TPD and continues to lead the Committee in an advisory role.

Click here to read a column published by Mr. Lloyd entitled “DEI: Starting Small is Still a Start”.