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Diversity and Inclusion Board
Leading By Example
From our own D&I thought leaders to partnerships with premier academic institutions and leading organizations, HPE brings extraordinary resources to bear in an aligned, holistic approach to Diversity & Inclusion that encompasses our people, our customers, our suppliers and the community at large.
Hear What Some of our Global Diversity and Inclusion Board Members Have to Say...
Diversity brings innovation that crosses cultural and gender boundaries which is necessary for us to operate and compete in a global environment. Our customer base is diverse and our competition is diverse. It is imperative that we have a workforce that represents our customers, can relate to our competition and collectively can generate ideas, develop products and serve our customers in a way that reflects the diverse world we operate in. I truly believe that Diversity and Inclusion programs are essential to ensure that we have the necessary focus on hiring, developing and retaining a truly world class, diverse workforce.Aileen Allkins
We Make IT Matter for the customers and community, as a pre-requisite we need to have similar demographic, otherwise how can we understand their need and culture. In addition, with global diversity and inclusion allows HPE connecting to the biggest talent pool, people make the difference at the end.Cally Chan
Vice President, Enterprise Group, Global Solutions Architecture and Engineering
Senior Vice President and General Manager Enterprise Services
Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer
Senior Vice President, Customer Advocacy
Vice President Internal Audit
Senior Vice President, Global Talent Enablement
Mary H. Wells
Vice President Marketing Americas Software
The Anita Borg Institute (ABI) champions women technologists and the key roles women play in technical innovation. ABI is committed to developing the next generation of technical leaders, showcasing the success of technical women, changing the culture of technology, and transforming the field into one that welcomes and benefits from diversity.
PBWC exists to promote career momentum and open access to a large network of leading business professionals in California and beyond. The mission of PBWC is to provide a forum in which businesswomen from all industries and of all levels can share their wisdom and experience, ignite new thinking, move confidently in the direction of their dreams, fulfill their potential, and live remarkable lives.
For over 30 years, the Simmons Leadership Conference has set the standard for women's professional events, presenting an extraordinary blend of thought leadership, motivation and above all networking. This year’s program continues the tradition with a power-packed day of information and inspiration for over 2,000 women seeking to compete in today's changing business climate while maintaining balance in their lives.
W.I.N. is an independent global women’s leadership organization -- one that inspires women worldwide. Our purpose and vision is to empower, develop, and connect leaders through a feminine, authentic, and global vision. Our goal is to promote potential, evoke change to authenticity, and raise feminine and global awareness to create a sustainable future. W.I.N. employs a highly unique approach, one that inspires success based on individuality, cultivating creativity, and building authentic leadership while encouraging feminine ways of doing business and being in the world.
The National Center for Women & Information Technology is a non-profit community of more than 450 prominent corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, and non-profits working to increase women's participation in technology and computing. NCWIT helps organizations recruit, retain, and advance women from K-12 and higher education through industry and entrepreneurial careers by providing community, evidence, and action.
The NGLCC is the premier advocate on behalf of LGBT-owned businesses, professionals, students of business, and corporations that share in our desire to expand the community's financial opportunities, economic growth, continued innovation, and equality.
Out and Equal Workplace Advocates (commonly known as "Out and Equal") is a national nonprofit organization headquartered in San Francisco that is committed to ending employment discrimination for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees.
AFB is a national nonprofit that expands possibilities for the more than 25 million people with vision loss in the U.S.
AFB's priorities include broadening access to technology; elevating the quality of information and tools for the professionals who serve people with vision loss; and promoting independent and healthy living for people with vision loss by providing them and their families with relevant and timely resources.
The US Business Leadership Network® (USBLN®) is a national non-profit that helps business drive performance by leveraging disability inclusion in the workplace, supply chain, and marketplace.
The USBLN® serves as the collective voice of nearly 50 Business Leadership Network affiliates across the United States, representing over 5,000 businesses.
Additionally, the USBLN® Disability Supplier Diversity Program® (DSDP) is the nation's leading third party certification program for disability-owned businesses, including businesses owned by service-disabled veterans.
Founded in 1962, Catalyst is the leading nonprofit membership organization working globally with businesses and professions to build inclusive workplaces and expand opportunities for women.
Diversity Best Practices, a division of Working Mother Media, is the preeminent organization for diversity thought leaders to share best practices and develop innovative solutions for culture change. Through research, benchmarking, publications and events, Diversity Best Practices offers members information and strategies on how to implement, grow, measure and create first-in-class diversity programs.
NACME's mission is to ensure American resilience in a flat world by leading and supporting the national effort to expand U.S. capability by increasing the number of successful African American, American Indian, and Latino women and men in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and careers.
HITEC (Hispanic IT Executive Council) is a premier global executive leadership organization of senior business and IT executives who have built outstanding careers in information technology. Their vision is to be the premier professional organization for Hispanic IT Executives and to significantly increase Hispanic leadership in Information Technology, globally. They aim to achieve this enabling business and professional growth for their members and fill the executive pipeline with the next generation of Hispanic IT leaders.
The Information Technology Senior Management Forum (ITSMF) is the only national organization dedicated exclusively to cultivating executive talent among African-American IT professionals. Our mission is to fill the executive pipeline with the next generation of African-American IT executives.
BDPA (Black Data Processing Associates) is a non-profit organization of professionals working in or having an interest in the Computer Science and Information Technology fields. BDPA has a diverse representation of information technology professionals. Included amongst the organization's members are programmers, analysts, engineers, managers, instructors, and entrepreneurs, to name a few.
NACME’s mission is to ensure American resilience in a flat world by leading and supporting the national effort to expand U.S. capability by increasing the number of successful African American, American Indian, and Latino women and men in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and careers.
LEAP’s mission is to achieve full participation and equality for Asian and Pacific Islanders through leadership, empowerment and policy. A national, nonprofit organization, LEAP works to achieve its mission by:
Developing people, because leaders are made, not born; Informing society, because leaders know the issues; and Empowering communities, because leaders are grounded in strong, vibrant communities.
Want to Know More?
Visit the Living Progress report to view Hewlett Packard Enterprise's workforce demographics and learn more about our diversity and inclusion efforts.