Welcome to the Office of Diversity and Equity website. The Office of Diversity and Equity (ODE) is a hub for Multnomah County diversity and equity initiatives. Our mission is to hold Multnomah County accountable to ensure access, equity, and inclusion in our services, policies, practices, and procedures.
Office of Diversity and Equity
The Multnomah Youth Commission, is a group of young people, that strives to provide a voice for youth in the County & City's work. APPLICATIONS OPEN SPRING OF 2017.
The Equity & Empowerment Lens (with a Racial Justice Focus) is a set of reflective actions, materials and tools designed to provide information
MultCo Global serves immigrant and refugee residents who live, work, worship or play in Multnomah County
Here at Multnomah County the Office of Diversity and Equity (ODE) is sharing County data with Tableau Software to create a highly informative and visually appealing interactive dashboards.
The College to County Mentorship Program exposes college students, primarily from selected college education support service programs, to various county careers so they will consider the county.
Multnomah County is proud to have several active Employee Resource Groups.
The Governing for Racial Equity (GRE) Network is a regional consortium of government, philanthropy, higher education and the community partnering to achieve racial equity.
The Equity Council will advise the CDEO on diversity and equity issues within the county to ensure that Multnomah County's internal operations support and build the diversity of our workforce
Serving by holding Multnomah County accountable to ensure access, equity, and inclusion with its services, policies, practices, and procedures.
Multnomah County’s policies on Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action, with links to the County’s Harassment/Discrimination Complaint Process, Workplace Rules and EEO/AA reports.
Multnomah County’s policy in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, with links to the County’s grievance procedure under the ADA and a new Title II ADA Primer.
Multnomah County strives to treat all people equally. If you don't feel we're doing that, we need to hear from you.