People Behind Purpose at Cisco: During World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, everyone can be an advocate
In honor of World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, Cisco's Scarlet Estrada shares more about how she is advocating for others.
Advancing Cisco’s Commitment to Accessibility and Disability Inclusion
Mary Fernandez and Monica Wegner share more about Cisco’s public commitment to accessibility and disability inclusion.
CODE JOSHUA: Training first responders on how to interact with autistic individuals
Cisco is supporting CODE JOSHUA, a nonprofit that helps first responders learn to interact with compassion when approaching autistic individuals.
Forever Free: Reflections on the significance of Juneteenth and the power of proclamation
Cisco's Chief Social Impact Officer, Brian Tippens, reflects on the significance of the Juneteenth holiday in the United States.
Empowering HBCUs through our Social Justice commitments
As an executive sponsor for Cisco’s Social Justice Actions, I help steward our company’s five-year, US$150 million commitment to HBCUs. Our mission is to create a generational impact through technology modernization and STEM education acces. I am proud to provide an update on Cisco’s commitment across four key areas of impact.
Building Connectivity and Community as a Black Leader in Tech
As Louis Ceaser IV celebrates 10 years at Cisco, he shares what lights him up in advocating for customers and in contributing to his community.
Cisco hosts first ever Black-owned Partners and Suppliers Conference in Atlanta
Event organizers reflect on Cisco's first-ever Black-owned Partner and Supplier Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on April 25.
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.
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.