Laboratory Resource Groups
Laboratory Resource Groups (LRGs) are voluntary networks led by the Fermi-community that serves as a resource to foster a diverse, inclusive workplace that is aligned with the organization’s mission, values, and goals.
LRGs are valuable to an organization for four key reasons:
- Talent / Leadership Development
LRGs Managed by the Fermilab Diversity & Inclusion Office
A resource where community members can discuss topics of common interest and thrive as professionals.
A resource and advocate for the laboratory’s black diaspora. The group encourages and supports an inclusive environment at Fermilab.
A resource and advocate for the laboratory’s diverse Hispanic/Latino community. The group is focused on actively increasing awareness and providing inspiration and motivation for their community and allies.
Leadership: Daniel Bowring
A safe space to review and discuss social science literature with the goal of dissecting diversity and inclusivity challenges in STEM.
Executive Sponsor: Steve Brice
Dedicated to building awareness and providing resources for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and allies (LGBTQA+) community in order to foster an environment of understanding, acceptance, and equality for all within the Fermilab community.
Executive Sponsor: Christopher Mossey
A resource for military veterans, families and friends of military service men and women at Fermilab.
Executive Sponsor: Alison Markovitz
A platform that provides women the opportunity for professional growth and empowerment at Fermilab. The group is focused on the ways women impact the workplace and the importance of promoting gender equity.
Executive Sponsor: Tim Meyer
- A platform for young professionals to connect with fellow Fermilab community members to learn about Fermilab, advance their careers and reach their highest potential.
*fSWE & fSHPE are unique LRGs associated with national organizations.