Asian@ZS supports ZS in ensuring a respectful and conscientious space for all Asian-identifying ZSers and allies through active dialogue and engagement.

Asian@ZS creates a welcoming and inclusive environment for all Asian-identifying ZSers and allies, supports and amplifies Asian voices and raises awareness of important issues among the Asian and Pacific Islander community.


How Asian@ZS supports ZS people

As part of our firm’s vibrant inclusion and diversity group network, Asian@ZS is helping to further ZS’s broader mission of promoting diversity, equity and inclusion.

Developing leaders

Asian@ZS promotes career growth and supports Asian-identifying ZSers throughout their career journeys as they aspire to achieve leadership positions and build long-lasting impact at our firm.

Raising awareness

Asian@ZS members raise awareness around issues that are important to the Asian and Pacific Islander community and promote active dialogue and engagement within the broader ZS community.

Strengthening empathy

Through knowledge exchange, Asian@ZS aims to deepen ZS’s empathy of different viewpoints and experiences to enhance inclusivity, strengthen relationships and build a respectful and conscientious space for all ZS people.

Building networks

Cultural events hosted by Asian@ZS are designed to recognize diverse and unique experiences in the Asian community, while networking events enable Asian-identifying ZSers and allies to learn more about each other and their individual ZS journeys.


ZS is proud to be named a Great Place to Work

Great Place to Work

ZS is proud to be named a great place to work in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Germany, India, Japan, Switzerland, U.K. and the U.S.

Human Rights Campaign Foundation

For the 5th consecutive year, ZS received a perfect score from HRC for LGBTQIA+ workplace inclusion.

Top Workplace for Women

ZS has been named a top company for women by AVTAR, Fairygodboss and Great Place to Work U.K.

Nan Gu

Life at ZS

“For me, Asian@ZS is a chance to reflect with my peers on the nuances of being Asian at and outside of ZS.”

Nan Gu

Manager, San Francisco

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