The AIM survey was administered to 668 members of the Archmere community. All students, trustees, administrators, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni were invited to participate. Through an initial review of this survey results, the AIM Steering Committee discovered that members of the Archmere community wanted more DEI-centric programming to help increase the enrollment of diverse students and faculty. Training to increase skills when addressing and discussing DEI topics. We also discovered from the constituents that participated in the survey that members of the Archmere community hold citizenship in 18 different countries besides the United States, which is a great starting point to begin to highlight the richness of diversity of the existing Archmere Community members.