Society membership has grown by over 40% from 1999, but the representation of women has remained flat at 12%. Thus, in July 2004 the Policy Council unanimously approved the formation of a committee to work on tracking and improving the diversity of the System Dynamics Society. Last October, a pilot diversity survey was included in the annual membership renewals. In the course of developing the survey, members raised important questions about how diversity should be defined for the System Dynamics Society. More importantly, the initial results suggested potential solutions. Both issues raised questions that need to be discussed. How should diversity be defined with respect to the System Dynamics Society? How does diversity affect participation at conferences and in the society? What are some possible solutions? Please join us in this roundtable discussion on diversity in the System Dynamics Society.