Belonging, Diversity & Inclusion

“As we grow, it’s important that diversity and inclusion remain central elements of our company culture and environment. GoHealth partners with organizations in our communities that help us cultivate and encourage inclusion at every level. This is imperative to GoHealth as our talent is our greatest strength.”

Diversity and inclusion are part of what drives success at GoHealth, and we always strive to do more. Our diverse teams positively affect our relationships with consumers, carriers, and the communities we serve. As our company grows, we will continue to use the strength of our mission and our diverse people to continue to make a difference to the lives of our customers.

“At GoHealth our people come first and remain our greatest strength. As we grow and have increased success, we recognize providing a diverse and welcoming workplace, where our employees can be their authentic selves is paramount and simply the right thing to do, now more than ever. Our efforts around D&I weren’t always at the forefront of our planning. Over the years, we gained greater clarity by listening closely to our employees and communities we support. Incorporating sound D&I practices into our business strategy is truly a journey, one that we are excited about and committed to. For us, it starts with embedding D&I into our company’s fabric to drive long-term success! I am proud to work for an organization open to explore and implement initiatives to make GoHealth the best place to work.”

- Erika Madison Williams HR Director, Strategy & Operations

Sponsorships & Partnerships

Diversity by the numbers



Gender Penetration for the GoHealth workforce


Gender Penetration for the GoHealth Management positions
Female Male
Race & Ethnicity


Race & Ethnicity Penetration for the GoHealth workforce


Race & Ethnicity Penetration for the GoHealth Management positions
Asian Black or African American Hispanic or Latino
Other White

Data as of February 2020. Data supplied by the GoHealth People & Culture team. Other represents: American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, & Multiracial ethnicities. Data uses traditional gender categories of male and female to be consistent with U.S. government reporting.

Hear it from our people.

Monnica Manuel

VP of Operations

“GoHealth supports me as a female leader by expecting a lot from me and trusting me to bring my whole self to the job.”

Tanaya Bhardwaj

Executive Strategist

“As a woman in tech, it’s always been at the forefront of my mind how I can learn from those above me and lift those around me given how few women leaders there are in this industry.”

Radha Patel

Sr. Strategic Account Manager

“Being an open office space, you really get to know your co-workers and the free flow of thoughts and ideas foster an environment of openness and inclusivity.”

Quincy Bradford

Systems Administrator

“From day one at Gohealth my direct team and the wider company made gestures to make me feel welcome. It can be terrifying as a person of color entering a new space so even the smallest of gestures are very impactful and much appreciated.”

Katie DelCarmen Bonilla

Bilingual Team Manager

“They were always receptive to my feedback because they understood I knew the Spanish Market well and worked well with all other bilingual agents to ensure we had all the support we needed despite the language difference.”

Laura Poveda

Sr. Benefit Consultant

“GoHealth has been one of the most encouraging and most understanding workplaces I have had the pleasure to work in.”