This blog was originally published on the Salesforce blog. Salesforce’s Office of Equality led a training on this topic, along with a panel discussion with some leaders from our Trailblazer community: Shonnah Hughes, Daniel Peter, and Melissa Hill Dee. Watch here.
We know that by building a culture of equality in our company, we help our employees succeed, create deeper customer connections, and drive positive social change in the world around us.
In this episode, Claire Barrett — Director at APIsfirst Consulting — articulates the most important ingredients organizations need for a sustainably successful API program, and also details the Women in APIs program she is leading. Have a listen here:
This blog was originally published on Medium.
Ana’s hobbies range from participating in any sport she can find and bingeing on Netflix to playing old video games, learning about history, and playing the guitar. “I love to learn about everything,” says Ana Felisatti, a Buenos Aires-based Manager of Software Engineering at MuleSoft. “There are so many things that bring me joy!”
Ana was recently named a 2020 winner of Salesforce’s internal Innovation Challenge — the result of three patent filings representing innovations in software patching,
This post was originally published on the Salesforce.org blog.
When companies focus on building a culture of equality at work — they help employees thrive, create deeper customer connections, and drive positive social change in the world around them.
As the workforce becomes more diverse, organizations have the opportunity to elevate their employee’s work experience by cultivating authentic inclusion. If diversity is the presence of people from various backgrounds and identities — then inclusion is when every single person in the community feels valued,
For the first time, we’ve been named one of the Best Places to Work for Women in Argentina by Great Place to Work®. As the President of Salesforce Women’s Network in Argentina I’m incredibly proud of this honor, but I know that there is still much work to be done to create an equal workplace for all.