AAON Diversity & Inclusion 


A diverse and inclusive workplace is integral to our business strategy and critical to our continued success. We are committed to hiring, retaining and promoting a diverse workforce while advancing a workplace culture of inclusion, in which each team member is valued for their ideas, identities, experiences and talents. Diversity and inclusion are key drivers for furthering innovation, productivity and team member engagement at AAON. AAON employs people from over 32 countries.

AAON is proudly involved in the Society of Women Engineers, a non-profit service organization founded in 1950, which helps to foster a supportive environment for women to excel in engineering. Their mission is to - Stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity.

AAON also participates in the Tulsa Chamber’s Mosaic Diversity and Inclusion Index and has been recognized as a Mosaic Inclusive Workplace. Mosaic is the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s diversity business council committed to - educate, lead, and influence businesses on creating diverse and inclusive workforce cultures to enhance their competitive advantage.

AAON offers on-site classes to help team members develop professionally and advance in the company such as - English as a Second Language, Spanish Language Classes, and Frontline Leadership Training for new and existing leaders

AAON regularly promotes employee achievements with our internal AAON Aim High program. This program highlights employees from various cultural and educational backgrounds to showcase their career achievements and career advancement at AAON.

AAON has also launched an Employee Resource Group for Veterans, AAON V.E.T.S., with a mission of unifying the core values, beliefs and understanding of active, reserve, National Guard service members, veterans and military family members with that of our AAON business culture.