Jack in the Box values diversity at all levels and provides an inclusive, culturally sensitive and respectful environment strengthened through leadership, policies and best practices.
Our company has nearly 20,000 employees, and Jack in the Box restaurants serve more than a half-billion people annually. Those employees and guests, as well as our board of directors, franchise operators, suppliers and other stakeholders comprise men and women from different nations, cultures, ethnic groups, generations, backgrounds, skills and abilities.
We embrace our restaurant communities and give generously of our time and resources to strengthen our neighborhoods. Our employees and franchisees actively lend their support as volunteers with nonprofit organizations and as major contributors to The Jack in the Box Foundation, which primarily supports organizations that help children and at-risk youth. Some of the charities supported by The Foundation include Big Brothers Big Sisters, the YMCA, March of Dimes, Children’s Hospital, Junior Achievement, USS Midway Museum, Preuss School, and Monarch School
The Foundation also coordinates employee and franchisee fundraising efforts to benefit a variety of local, national and, on occasion, international causes. Additionally, Jack in the Box directly supports community programs and needs, including Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger relief organization.
As an organization and as individuals, we value the varied experiences and perspectives of people, and commit ourselves to continuously promote a better understanding and appreciation of each other. This commitment makes our company stronger through new and different thoughts and ideas.
Chairman of the Board & CEO