The Equality Committee dreamed up a vision to work with youth in underserved areas to provide access to experiences and education that they otherwise would not have. This blog describes the journey in executing on that vision.
As we continue to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we’d like to shine a spotlight on yet another one of Cloudera’s high performing employees who contributes to the culture and community both in and outside of the Cloudera walls. Meet Bryan Bottinelli, a 2 year Clouderan and first generation American with roots in Colombia and Chile. […]
Meet Fanly Tanto Fanly is a Regional Sales Director operating out of Indonesia and the recent recipient of Channel Asia’s Women in ICT “Shining Star” Award – an award recognizing candidates with “a strong record of achievement and a consistent high performer who regularly achieves standout business results and continues to assume increased levels of […]
In the late 90s, when I was pursuing my studies in engineering, only a few girls enrolled in any STEM-related courses. While it was our love for math & science and the prospect of future opportunities that brought us here, we sadly found many of them gave up halfway through the course, and those who […]
It’s been a year of awakening and change across the U.S. and around the world. One year ago our CEO Rob Bearden vowed to take decisive action to make Cloudera a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive place to work and have Cloudera take an active role in promoting those attributes in the tech industry and […]
Our latest Influential Women in Data session featured Brenda Le Sueur from Cambridge Assessments. Brenda has worked across many organisations and continents, but what has always been crucial to her is relationships – how we cultivate them, how we nurture them and how they, in turn, define us. I sat down with Brenda to ask […]
I used to work for a female CEO who said that in her organization, “the powder room is the power room”. It’s been a while since I heard that statement, yet such an environment is still far from the truth for many companies. Women are still underrepresented in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) […]