I'm pretty involved with Blacks at Bain. The affinity group has served as a strong network and support system to have. Bain does a good job of trying to celebrate all the diversity in the office. In February, as part of our Black History Month programming, the BABs members hosted a panel where people shared their experiences being Black in America and in the corporate setting. This was a discussion open to the entire office and the turn out was significant- not just POC but white colleagues as well, interested in learning how to be better allies. Bain continues to create spaces for its employees to talk about their differences. Bain also makes sure diverse people feel supported. During my banking internship, there was a Black affinity network, and they would host events, but the events weren't convenient for you to go to. Whereas at Bain, if there's a BABs (Blacks at Bain) event, I would work with my manager to be able to attend the event, and it didn't feel like I was hindering my performance.