Our employees

Brian Baker:

The secret to Mayo Clinic, if there is a secret, is the collection of people that come together for the same mission.

Camille York-Williams:

The sense of belonging started very early on and it started with little interactions.

Brady Shaw:

I see people that I've never seen before and they say hi or I'll see people I see every day, in the hallway, and they'll stop to ask how my week's been, how my shift was.

Maria Baer:

From day one, I feel accepted. I felt welcome, which, isn't always the case with veterans.

Marcos Freitas Gudmundson:

We do not find very often, organizations that respect you as who you are and they look for your talents without having any kind of prejudice. I just want to highlight that, I'm happy to be in an organization where they respect me as who I am.

Pa Kou Lee:

You're welcome here. Doesn't matter what religion, what background, Black, White, Hmong, Asian, anything. You are welcome here!

Radwa Ewaisha:

Coming here and seeing how this diversity is celebrated, it makes me feel that I want to do better, that I want to get to a better position, after I finish my fellowship.

Taylor Maruniak:

It's just a very special place where everybody can be themselves.

Anthony Cook:

One of the things that drew me to Mayo was the values of Mayo.

Walter Franz III:

Our motto of "The needs of the patient come first," It's what we truly believe.

Sherry Ge:

And it's not just written in print, it's not just on a, on a paper writing for us to read, but, I live it every single day.

Jason Anderson:

It's not about what I do. It's about what we can do for others.

Tiffani Satterelli:

And every day you make a difference. You help patients, no matter what your role is,

Chris Kohler:

We have these RICH TIES, is really what it is. Respect, Integrity, Compassion, Healing, Teamwork. And to be able to do all of those things and have our patients be the center of what we do each and every day was something that I knew that I had to be a part of.

Priyanka Ravula:

I personally feel the way my success and growth has been prioritized, is a reflection of how Mayo Clinic treats and accepts its employees. So that's the sense of belongingness and that's why I choose to stay here and make this my home.

Maria Baer:

I always recommend where Mayo Clinic as a great place to work. And if you want to feel like you're part of a family, Mayo Clinic is the place.

Lydell Boone:

The feeling I get, when I'm driving home, is that I've done something that directly affects the experience of our patients here at Mayo Clinic in a positive way.

Marcos Freitas Gudmundson:

I feel really proud to work in an organization that is seeking everyday hope for our patients; cure; healing. And I feel really honored to be part of that.

Jason Anderson:

I've got friends worldwide there that are asking me, you are really at Mayo Clinic. Yes, I am. Happy. Please come.

Brian Baker:

This place is a difference maker and we need to have more places like this. So I'm here to stay.

A diverse staff makes every single aspect of our organization better. At Mayo Clinic, we work to create the right environment for our staff to thrive, feel valued, enjoy their work and provide an unparalleled patient experience."

— Gianrico Farrugia, M.D., President and CEO, Mayo Clinic

Encouraging and including contributions from diverse individuals is critical to Mayo Clinic's inclusive workplace. By leveraging the strengths each diverse individual and group brings to the table, Mayo Clinic gains the strategic advantages of:

  • Accelerated innovation
  • Better problem-solving
  • Enhanced productivity
  • Enhanced job satisfaction
  • Improved quality

Most importantly, a more diverse workforce is better equipped to meet the diverse needs of our patients.

Of employees hired in 2021, 71% are women, 29.3% are people of color, 11% identify as a person with disabilities, and 2.9% are veterans.

Of physicians hired in 2021, 34.7% are people of color.

Currently at Mayo Clinic:

  • 64.1% of leadership positions are filled by women.
  • 20.7% of Board of Trustee members are people of color.
  • 16.8% of Mayo Clinic staff and students are people of color.
  • 14.7% of high-ranking executive leadership roles are filled by people of color.

Employees with disabilities

The Disability Mayo Employee Resource Group can help you make the transition to a life-changing career.

Learn more about disability services

Veterans, continue your life of service

Mayo Clinic can help veterans make the transition to a new career in serving those who need you.

Read more about veteran resources

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