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Palo Alto Networks Supports First Cyber Scholars Cohort

By: Anthony Tuttle At Palo Alto Networks, we believe in uplifting our communities and helping shape future generations. Beyond simply protecting our digital way of life, we’re a company that also cares deeply about creating change and opportunity...

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Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander recognition comes to Palo Alto Networks

By: Wailohia Woolsey, Director, InfoSec GRC We are proud to recognize the launch of Aloha ‘Aina, a new employee network group focused on Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders (NHPI) and their allies. Vision

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ENG Community Investment Story

As part of a sustained commitment to supporting our nine Employee Network Group (ENG) efforts to uplift their communities, the Corporate Responsibility team recently partnered with the ENGs to award $180k in charitable grants across 29 organizations…

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Support Gives Strength for a Transformative Journey

Jo Lin, Senior Site Reliability Engineer, Threat Prevention Team My relationship with myself began to change last year after I found a group of LGBTQIA+ friends outside of work who helped me step into my identity and embrace who I am.

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Inclusive Workplaces Empower Everyone’s Success

Ty Pressley, Bid Response & Content Manager For many years in my life, I compartmentalized who I was between work and home, filtering out the parts of my identity that I felt were regarded as unprofessional.

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Finding Your Place to Flourish

Kisha Clark, Manager, Technical Customer Support As a leader for Ujima (Black) and for the LGBTQIA+ Employee Resource Groups (or ENGs, as we call them), I have been given the opportunity to speak about my journey as a gay black woman in the…

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Authenticity Works. And It’s Worth Celebrating

Christina Papadimitriou, Principal Machine Learning Engineer Pride Month is my favorite month of the year.I was born and raised in Greece and moved to the US when I was 18. Greece is not very inclusive toward the LGBTQ community, so I was never able…

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Finding the Joy of Being Genuine

Georgia Waldron, IT Product Manager It took me a while to learn that with happiness comes success. Let me start at the beginning of this journey. I came to the U.S. from Costa Rica when I was around 8 years old because my parents wanted to give my…

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Inside Inspiration: Part 5

From those humble beginnings in Santa Rosa, Calif., in 1978, our recognition of the contributions of women throughout history has rightfully grown into a month-long celebration that spans the globe. As the 2022 observance draws to a close, we’ve…

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Inside Inspiration: Part 4

As the 2022 celebration of International Women’s History Month continues, it provides a platform to recognize the achievements of women everywhere who smash stereotypes, break barriers and move forward without fear.

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Be True to Yourself and Change the Game

One of the key quotes that comes to mind for me this month is: "She remembered who she was and the game changed." I think reflecting on being a young girl and growing into the woman I am today, I've always tried to fit in, be accommodating, and in…

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Inside Inspiration: Part 3

Although the celebration of International Women’s History Month in 2022 can point to the tremendous progress women have made in the workplace, especially within the last several decades, women still face many obstacles.

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