Invisible diversity includes the characteristics that others can not readily see. Work experience, religion, socioeconomic status, values, and sexual orientation are all examples of traits that define us yet cannot readily be determined from our physical being. Sometimes we quickly assume that we are polar opposites because of our physical differences; we never consider the surprising number of things that we may have in common. The combination of visible and invisible diversity is what will help us unleash the true power of our global organization! Creating an inclusive workforce is all about celebrating differences so that talented people from any background can rise to their potential and provide exceptional innovation. I encourage all of us to begin to identify with others for reasons other than our physical similarities. A person whom you least expect could enjoy and be driven by a lot of the same things as you. As we continue to strive for a completely inclusive culture here at EMC it is important that we make it a priority to respect and appreciate all of the things that make us different, go beyond our subjectivities, and use our similarities to more aggressively develop a fully inclusive culture. Let’s absolutely acknowledge our differences; but let’s make sure to bring our differences together to continue to drive the stellar levels of innovation for which EMC is known.