History in the making: How women at Cisco are making strides in sustainability
In honor of Women's History Month, we are recognizing 5 female Cisco employees who are up-and-coming leaders in sustainability.
People Behind Purpose at Cisco: Reducing the environmental impacts of our facilities through the EnergyOps Program
Ned Bagno manages Cisco's EnergyOps program, which identifies and implements energy efficiency and onsite solar projects across our buildings worldwide.
Building more sustainable and resilient communities: An interview with Cisco’s Chief Sustainability Officer
Mary de Wysocki, Cisco’s Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO), shares her objectives as she leads Cisco's sustainability efforts.
Next Generation Leadership: How Sponsorship Can Help Power an Inclusive Future for Black Cisconians
Cisco's Multiplier Effect advocates for sponsorship as a powerful tool that leaders can use to accelerate the careers of diverse talent.
Project READ: Virtually connecting kids to literacy and learning
Project READ, a Cisco Foundation Community Impact Grant recipient, is helping historically underserved children learn how to read.
Walking the Talk – Putting words into action
Cisco’s purpose is to power an inclusive future for all, and we practice a culture of inclusive language as part of our Social Justice Actions.
Change systems — Change the world
Cisco's first Chief Social Impact Officer, Brian Tippens, shares how we can change the world by changing systems.
The Journey and Impact of Getting Proximate
Alex Allen shares the tangible impact and the intrinsic learning opportunity of the Cisco Proximity Initiative.
Women gain representation on the Cisco Networking Academy Dream Team
Women who have participated in the Cisco Networking Academy Dream Team have seen it help their careers.