We sat down with UOMA founder Sharon Chuter to discuss the partnership with Nordstrom and the importance of inclusivity.
Throughout the months of January and February, we've celebrated Black-owned brands and amplified their voices through various merchandise categories in-store and online.
Over the past few weeks, we've learned of a disturbing increase in violent attacks targeting Asian people across the United States and Canada.
Reflecting the communities we serve and creating a place of inclusion and belonging isn't just the right thing to do, it's what's best for our customers — and it starts with our people.
In the spirit of Dr. King's life's work of fighting for civil rights, racial equity, social justice and community service, we are proud to continue our partnership with the National Urban League.
Highlights from our conversation with our CHRO and Black women board members on diversity, inclusion and belonging.
Earlier this month, Nordstrom hosted a courageous conversation with the National Urban League's President and CEO, Marc Morial.
We're excited to launch Styling: Black Expression, Rebellion and Joy Through Fashion, a new art exhibit at Nordstrom NYC.
We’d like to introduce the world to a few of our own tech enthusiasts.
We'd like to share the feedback we've heard and the specific goals we've set for ourselves to address diversity, inclusion and belonging at Nordstrom.
We are as excited as ever to celebrate this year’s Pride Month.
We spoke with three of our executives about building their careers at Nordstrom and what businesses need to do to create a more inclusive environment.
Of the many ways we search for talent in technology, we are particularly proud of our partnership with the Ada Developers Academy.
We are pleased to announce we have achieved 100% pay equity for employees of all genders and races.
In honor of Pride Month, we're excited to support festivals and activities across the U.S. and Canada, as well as provide $100,000 in grants to LGBTQ youth service organizations.