Tvaran: Scaling innovations for impact with Cisco and Villgro
Cisco and Villgro selected seven winning startups through Project Tvaran, an India-based startup accelerator program in its first year.
Taking an Innovative Approach to Recruiting and Retaining Black Leadership Talent
This post was written by Karla Samdahl, vice president and global head of executive talent acquisition and board integration at Cisco.
Let’s Just Go! How I Was Shaped by My Cuban-American Heritage
At age 12, Alvio Barrios left Cuba as a refugee on the Mariel Boatlift, a six-month period in April of 1980 allowing Cubans to emigrate to other countries. Alvio shares how his journey influenced his identity, leadership style, and belief in a life lived with a sense of adventure.
Akvo: The next generation of data collection for sustainable development
Cisco nonprofit partner, Akvo, is harnessing new data collection techniques for improved development.
Sharing career opportunities and advice with the women of Bennett College
A recent Women at Cisco event at Bennett College demonstrated how entry-level digital and cybersecurity skills can enhance students' competitive edge, no matter their career choice. Cisco is dedicated to creating opportunity for non-technical students in the IT field as we support the strategic sustainability and legacy of HBCUs like Bennett College.
Trickle Up: Leveraging technology to build economic opportunity and drive inclusion for women in extreme poverty
Trickle Up is a Cisco nonprofit partner that supports women in extreme poverty by helping them build economic opportunity.
How Cisco employees are involved with community impact
Community impact continues to be an integral part of Cisco’s Conscious Culture. This allows us to accelerate and multiply impact for good.
Women use technology to solve the issues facing humanity—and the world needs more
This International Women's Day, we're reflecting on the impact that Cisco Networking Academy has made in the lives of women around the globe.
Embracing equity: Why equal opportunities for women aren’t enough to create a more inclusive future
Cisco’s purpose is to Power an Inclusive Future for All, and we realize that gender equity is crucial in meeting this goal.