Join members of Outforce as they share their experiences being "Out at Work," and the importance of increasing LGBTQ+ representation in leadership roles. Sit down with us (virtually) as senior Salesforce leaders share the importance of bringing your authentic self to work, and how you can support the LGBTQ+ community in, and out, of the workplace.
As we continue to talk about advancing racial equality around the globe, it is important to support and elevate Indigenous communities. Read more about how we can create access to tech careers for indigenous communities from WINDforce Global President, Esau Sanchez-Diaz.
Register today for our fourth annual #RepresentationMatters Summit, presented by @DeloitteDigital. RSVP to this free, virtual summit to learn from inspiring Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and LGBTQ+ leaders in the industry. #RepMatters2021 https://bit.ly/3znNbVr
"At Salesforce we have a wealth of resources to make employees successful in so many different ways." – Jay Thayer Jay is a #KoaClub member who has been at Salesforce for 17 years! Read about his inspiring work and journey: https://www.salesforce.com/company/careers/employee-spotlights/koa/jay-thayer/
Join members of WINDforce as we sit down for a powerful conversation on what barriers exist to Native, Indigenous, and First Nation communities as they attempt to enter careers in the tech industry. By joining this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn the actionable things that you can do to help dismantle these barriers. Tune in today.
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We are just two weeks away from our annual #RepresentationMatters summit, and we want you to join us (virtually of course). Tune in on July 22 and 9 am PST to be inspired, engaged, and empowered as you listen to Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and LGBTQ+ leaders from across the country. We will have important conversations about how we can all drive racial equality in our industry and society by not only making space, but also changing the space. Register today:
Kimberly Roth, Director of Service Operations at Salesforce, shares how she's been able to combine her passions and her career by leveraging technology to promote equality, nonprofit work, and early STEM education. Read more:
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN. There is undeniable power in representation. During our Representation Matters event, we will elevate our most underrepresented communities in tech — Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and LGBTQ+ — while having important conversations about how we can all drive racial equality in our industry and society by not only making space, but also changing the space.