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Shelley D. Harper

Digital Content Specialist & Consultant

Corporate Affairs

Shelley Harper is a digital content specialist consultant within Cisco’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. Prior to that, she worked as a consultant with Cisco’s Global Social Media Corporate Communications and Newsroom teams. She is passionate about being part of an organization that reaches across social strata to empower people and solve global issues. She creates graphics and writes content to tell the stories of global problem-solvers and social engineers who are making a difference in creating a better and more equitable world. A Southern California native, she now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. She loves to read, hike, bike, travel, create original mosaic murals, learn new languages, and write fiction in her spare time.

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People Behind CSR at Cisco: Volunteering with AppD Cares fulfills a passion for giving back

Learn more about Jamelyn Banuelos, a customer success leader at AppDynamics, who has a passion for giving back through AppD Cares.

Four things you should know about the Cisco STEM Shadow Program

Beneficial to Cisco employee mentors as well as mentees, the Cisco STEM Shadow program is a win-win initiative for promoting STEM careers to high school students.

Housing First Rome, a unique partnership to end homelessness in Rome

Formed by a unique partnership between Cisco and two non-profit organizations, the Housing First Rome initiative is on track to ending homelessness in Rome.

People Behind CSR at Cisco: Early-stage tech entrepreneurs get a boost from Cisco’s Global Problem Solver Challenge

Shawna Darling, Cisco Corporate Affairs programs development manager, oversees the Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge, which fosters solutions to pressing global challenges.

Clearbot: Meet the team building robots that remove trash from our waterways

Clearbot was awarded the Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge Cisco Employees’ Choice prize for developing a solution to address the ocean trash crisis.