A Quote to Inspire
“Equality means more than passing laws. The struggle is really won in the hearts and minds of the community, where it really counts.”
—Barbara Gittings, American LGBTQ+ Activist
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Trailblazing Leader Shares Her Best Career Advice and The Importance of Advancing Racial Equality
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and is a time where we’re able to reflect, honor, and celebrate the history, culture, and impacts of the AAPI community.
Here at Salesforce, we have some inspiring trailblazers who are creating new paths for others to follow. Neeracha Taychakhoonavudh is one of them. She has been with the company for eleven years, starting on the Customers for Life executive team, focusing on post-sales strategy and operations for consulting, support, renewals and customer success services. Now, she is the Executive Vice President leading the Global Customer Success & Strategy team where she is focused on creating sustainable customer success for customers of every size and in every industry.
Neeracha shares with us her experience in a fast growing tech company, the importance of advocating for personal career growth, and how authenticity can help spark impactful change.
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Arundhati Bhattacharya is the Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer for Salesforce, India. In her role, Ms. Bhattacharya oversees the growth strategy of the company and plays an integral role in defining Salesforce's relationship with the ecosystem of customers, partners, and community across India.
5 Ways to Tell if a Company is LGBTQ+ Friendly
By Trinity Richardson
As pride month begins and companies begin to roll out the rainbow flags once more, you may be wondering which companies are genuinely interested in supporting the LGBTQ+ community. When looking for a new job, one of the most daunting aspects for many LGBTQ+ people is wondering if they’re inclusive.
Actively inclusive companies will often do more than state that they are inclusive - they’ll take steps to make their employees feel safe and comfortable.
Here are some ways you can tell if a company you’re interested in working for is LGBTQ+ friendly.
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