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As Aflac expands its business into diverse communities, our challenge is also to expand the business opportunities we offer to diverse suppliers. It’s important to understand that the economic enrichment of these various communities through business development is necessary to maintain our company’s and our nation’s competitiveness and growth. If we want these communities to do business with us, we must do business with them.

Aflac is an active participant in initiatives that support the development of minority-, woman- and veteran-owned business enterprises and their economic development. We maintain corporate memberships and provide sponsorships to the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), the Georgia Women’s Business Council (Women’s Business Enterprise National Council [WBENC] affiliate), the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GHCC), the Latin American Chamber of Commerce (LACC), the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC) and the National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA).

Recognized Certifications

  • National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)
  • Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
  • National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)
  • Veteran-Owned Business Enterprise (VET)
  • Disabled Veterans Business Enterprises (DVET)
  • Small Business Administration 8(a) Program [SBA8(a)]
  • Small Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (SDB)
  • Disabled Business Enterprises (DIS)
  • Certifications from federal, state and local government agencies

Aflac Diversity in the News

Aflac Looking for More Female, Minority Suppliers Columbus Ledger-Enquirer — "It’s a $24 million pie. And Aflac says it is looking for more than a few good female and minority suppliers to earn a slice of that business as it attempts to mirror increasingly diverse U.S. demographics." Read More...

Aflac's supplier program opens doors to diverse businesses and encourages inclusivity Mother Nature Network — "Aflac believes that a diverse workplace makes for a stronger company, and its commitment to including more women and minorities in its own employee ranks extends to the suppliers it works with. Aflac's supplier diversity program opens doors to diverse businesses like Edge Solutions, a majority women-owned business that's unique in the male-dominated IT industry." Read More...

If you have questions, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us at supplierdiversity@aflac.com.

Supplier Ethics

Aflac’s Suppliers are expected to act in an ethical manner. For more information about Aflac's ethics, please see our Ethics page.

Supplier Diversity Accolades

2014

   

Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council, in conjunction with Business Radio X, featured Wassel Lewis in a segment called “Let’s Talk Small Business.”

DiversityBusiness.com awarded Aflac as one of the top 50 organizations for multicultural business opportunities.

 

2013

   

Georgia Small Business Development Council (GSBDC) and the University of Georgia recognized Aflac for supporting the Georgia Small Business Development Center and Entrepreneurs in Georgia.

 

2012

   

Aflac named to Profiles in Diversity Journal’s “Diversity Leader Award” list for the Aflac Quick Poll questions posted on the Intranet that allows employees to vote on various topics.

Atlanta Tribune named Aflac’s Eric Seldon one of its “2012 Men of the Year” for his advocacy of supplier diversity.

 

2011

   

Aflac named to Profiles in Diversity Journal’s “Diversity Leader Award” list for advancing diversity and inclusion by participating in three or more issues of the magazine in 2010.

 

2010

   

Professional WOMAN’s Magazine named Aflac as one of the “Top 100 Supplier Diversity Programs for Women.”

 

2009

   

Aflac named to Hispanic Enterprise magazine’s “50 Best Companies for Supplier Diversity.”

 

2008

   

Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. (GMSDC) named Aflac’s Eric Seldon its “Executive of the Year.”

Aflac recognized as Georgia Women’s Business Council (GWBC) Golf Tournament Silver Sponsor.

Aflac named to Hispanic Enterprise magazine’s “50 Best Companies for Supplier Diversity.”

 

2007

   

DiversityBusiness.com named Aflac “America’s Top Corporation for Multicultural Business Opportunities.”

Aflac received the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. (GMSDC) “Spirit of Alliance Award.”

Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce and University of Georgia Small Business Development Center award presented to William Haley for serving as a business mentor.

Aflac recognized as the Silver Sponsor of the Georgia Women’s Business Council’s Ladies Achieving Continuing Excellence Awards (LACE).

Aflac recognized as the Sliver Sponsor of the Georgia Women’s Business Council’s Power of Partnering Marketplace.

 

2006

   

Aflac received the GMSDC "Spirit of Alliance Award."

Aflac recognized as Georgia Women’s Business Council Power of Partnering Marketplace Silver Sponsor.

 

2005

   

Aflac Chairman and CEO Dan Amos presented a check for $1 million to the Smithsonian Institute for the building of the new National Museum of African-American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.

Aflac Incorporated announced a gift of $1 million toward the construction of the national memorial commemorating the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Washington, D. C. The monument was dedicated in 2011.

Aflac named Georgia Women’s Business Council Silver Sponsor Award.

Diversity Champions

2014

   

Aflac EVP and COO Teresa White named to The Network Journal’s “25 Influential Black Women in Business” list.

Essence magazine includes Aflac's Teresa White in “The Black Woman's Career Playbook: The Rules of Engagement.”

 

2013

   

Aflac CEO Dan Amos receives the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center's 2013 “Salute to Greatness Award” from the King Center.

Aflac’s Christina Varghese named one of Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching.”

 

2012

   

Aflac’s Laura Kane named one of Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching.”

Aflac named to Black Enterprise's "40 Best Companies for Diversity" for the eighth consecutive year.

Latina Style magazine placed Aflac in the top five of the “50 Best Companies for Latinas to work for in the United States.” Aflac’s been on this list for 13 of the last 15 years.

 

2010

   

Aflac’s Brenda Mullins one of Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching.”

 

2009

   

Aflac’s Laree Daniel one of Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching.”

Aflac named to Black Enterprise magazine’s “The 40 Best Companies for Diversity.”

 

2008

   

Aflac’s Vilma Salaverria named one of Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching.”

 

2007

   

Aflac’s Janet Baker one of Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching.”

 

2006

   

Aflac’s Angie Hart named one of Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching.”

Aflac named to Essence magazine’s “35 Great Places for African-American Women to Work.”

 

2005

   

Aflac’s Teresa White named one of Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching.”

Aflac named to Essence magazine’s “35 Great Places for African-American Women to Work.”

Aflac listed in Fortune magazine’s “Top 50 Employers for Women” and “Top 50 Companies for Minorities.”

 

2004

   

Working Mother magazine named Aflac to its list of the "100 Best Companies for Working Mothers" for the fourth consecutive year.

 

2003

   

Hispanic Magazine Named Aflac One of the “100 Companies Providing the Most Opportunities to Hispanics.”