As a minority-owned IT services and solutions provider, WEI knows the importance of inclusion. The convergence of unique perspectives and backgrounds is what drives WEI’s success with creating custom IT solutions for our customers. Belisario and Leslie Rosas founded WEI with a mission to build a company with a diverse workforce—including people of all ages and from different cultural backgrounds that have a passion for solving complex problems. Our workforce is 29% women and 27% minority, and we support and celebrate people’s individuality. We also encourage diversity in our community by working with charities and organizations that promote diversity.
Our family-like culture welcomes everyone and gives a voice to all employees. We support each other, we work together, and above all else—we respect each other.
We’ve seen first-hand what’s possible when we work together, innovating for our customers, innovating our own business practices, and finding creative ways to celebrate our successes as a team. There is tremendous value in unifying our unique perspectives to solve complex problems, we prove this every day.
The culture at WEI embraces diversity and inclusion, but also promotes equality. We welcome all; regardless of race, religion, LGBTQ+, political beliefs, or socioeconomic status—it’s critical all our employees feel like they belong. We value authenticity and all of the unique characteristics that make you, YOU!
Opportunities for career advancement, skills growth, and learning new disciplines are encouraged and praised at WEI. Equality in pay and advancement opportunities are highly recognized and are implemented across all departments. It’s critical our team members know we are all equal and WEI makes continuous efforts to assure our employees are comfortable and confident that they are working in an environment where they are genuinely respected and appreciated. We know we’re better together, and we all support each other in our growth as people, and business and technology leaders.
WEI is a long-time member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, and in 2016 WEI was named NMSDC National Supplier of the Year. We work directly with the Greater New England chapter (GNEMSDC) to cultivate new relationships with other minority-owned business leaders in our region. In fact, we’ve been honored by the GNEMSDC 4 times as Supplier of the Year.
“We believe that employee, vendor, and community diversity makes us a stronger partner.”
President & Founder, WEI
WEI is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.