Jennifer Boynton

Corporate Social Responsibility Content Strategist

Corporate Affairs

As the founding Editor in Chief of TriplePundit.com, Jen Boynton gained over a decade of experience developing CSR content and strategy. She served on Cisco's CSR report production team.


A focus on access: Learning and digital skills development

As a leading technology company, Cisco is committed to offering inclusive access to digital skills training and supporting those who use technology to educate. After all, even the most transformative innovations have no value if people don’t know how to use them, or don’t have access to them.

The positive impact of Cisco solutions

Find out how Cisco’s technology is used to make a positive impact. Country digital acceleration, future of work and connectivity in critical settings are just a few examples.

Cisco product energy efficiency

To meet consumer demands for greater technological capabilities, as well as to comply with regulations and meet their own sustainability goals, Cisco’s customers are asking for more energy-efficient products.

Environmental impact in Cisco’s supply chain

Making the world a better place with technology begins with how we make that technology. This commitment is core to our desire to power an Inclusive Future.

Cisco product lifecycle management

Central to the concept of a circular economy is maintaining assets at their highest and best use for as long as possible. As Cisco transforms to a software- and features-driven business, we must not lose sight of the importance of our hardware in enabling those solutions.

Initiatives to enable progress: Taking action during a global pandemic

Cisco employees continue to seek ways to make an impact, especially during the pandemic. As we move on to an inclusive recovery, we take a look back at our pandemic response in our 2020 CSR Impact Report.

Connecting in a time of crisis: Cisco’s response to COVID-19

COVID-19 has touched us all. And throughout this crisis, Cisco has responded as only we can—by enabling the world’s networks to handle the sudden work-from-home surge, as well as providing collaboration tools that have brought people together virtually during this time.

How Cisco addresses critical human needs and crisis response

As long as humanitarian crises disproportionately affect the most vulnerable members of society, there cannot be an Inclusive Future for all. Similarly, the promise of a digital economy—where connectivity unleashes new possibilities for creativity and innovation—cannot be realized until people’s basic needs for food, clean water, and adequate shelter are met.

Circular Economy: Product and packaging design

Circular design is fundamental to our ability to implement a circular economy, both now and into the future. Our circular design strategy spans five focus areas, which address our most material impacts.