Celebrate: Moving Forward with Courage, Empathy, Equality, and Community
I’ve been involved in women advocacy groups throughout my career, and I’ve found that three themes are concurrent through all of that work: courage, empathy, and equality.
One Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Andrey shares how in one picture his team highlighted Cisco's diversity - 8 employees from 8 countries. He shares his top 4 reasons for why he loves working at Cisco!
Cisco Ranks #2 on Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces for Diversity List for 2019
Cisco #2 on Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces for Diversity list for 2019! While we still have more work to do,, we are proud to be named among the top 10 best workplaces for diversity in the U.S.
The Lunch Table
Alyssa shares how she found the community she was looking for in Cisco's Connected Black Professionals -- but how she helped tailor the connections more to help interns.
Multiply It: Fostering Diversity & Inclusion
When we are committed to full-spectrum diversity and inclusion, we get diversity of thought, experience, ideas, and best practices. This is the differentiator that will that will result in stronger teams, more innovative companies, and better results for our partners, customers and communities.
Fostering Diversity in Enterprise Networking Engineering
Even in human relationships, hard data is an eye-opener. When I joined Cisco’s Enterprise Networking Group, one data point was immediately concerning: we had gender imbalance, especially in leadership.
Coming Together as Women of Cisco
I am excited to announce we are bringing together our Connected Women and Cisco Empowered Women's Network into a new powerful organization named Women of Cisco – a single, strong platform for women and their allies.
Giving Back to Help Others Move Forward through NPower
What are three ways Cisco employee Michael B. is excited for the future of technology? The answer - NPower, Diversity, and Cisco's best assest -- our teams!
Innovation driven by diversity at Lesbians Who Tech San Francisco Summit 2019
Innovative ideas begin with a team that has diverse work experiences, different skills, and different perspectives based on race, gender, orientation, ability, and age.