A veteran speaks: the need for simplicity in DoD IT Modernization
Guest Author Gus Mendiola is a Systems Engineering Manager and military veteran leading a team of engineers supporting the United States Army in CONUS, SWA, and Europe. He retired from...
Mission Moments: From the Navy to Cisco, a Story of Still Serving
In honor of Veterans Day, we’ve asked veteran Naval Officer Tina Swallow, a current Cisco leader, to share her story of service in both the Navy and in the private .
Supporting Veterans in Transition to Civilian Life
Within the next five years, more than 1 million armed forces personnel are expected to transition from U.S. military to civilian life. As our veterans return from deployments such as Iraq and Afghanistan, many of them will need new jobs to support their families – and additional training to get those jobs. Unfortunately, our veterans […]
Lending a Helping Hand to Miriam’s Kitchen
I am excited to share the news of Cisco’s new partnership with Miriam’s Kitchen in Washington, D.C., near my home. Miriam’s Kitchen is committed to ending homelessness in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area by providing homeless persons with access to meals, counseling, clean clothes, medical care, permanent housing, and by ensuring they have the necessary […]
National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic 2013
There are so many things that make me proud of Cisco and its employees, but one of the most gratifying is the work we do to support our nation’s heroes – our warfighters and veterans. This week, nearly 400 of those heroes will take to the slopes, ride snowmobiles, try scuba diving, and enjoy rock […]