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.
Digital inclusion: How Cisco is bringing connectivity to communities
Powering an Inclusive Future for All means addressing the barriers that keep people from accessing the Internet.
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.
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.
What Black History Month means to members of Cisco’s Connected Black Professionals
Members of Cisco's Connected Black Professionals reflect on what Black History Month means to them.
Making bold moves for HBCUs
Cisco made a US$150 million commitment to preserve the legacy and sustainability of HBCUs through Social Justice Action 8.