Everyone has their own story about why diversity is important. I am inspired by my mother, who immigrated to the U.S. from Bolivia when she was 18. She didn’t know any English but spoke Spanish and French fluently, and she received a full scholarship to University of San Francisco. My mother became a teacher, and as I was growing up, she instilled in me the belief that anything is possible with hard work.
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In this report we invite you to explore how our philosophy on diversity and inclusion has manifested itself to date — whether it’s our efforts to improve gender parity and ethnic diversity on our teams, or how we’ve made values alignment a key part of our hiring process. As Silicon Valley confronts its serious diversity problem, we want to continue adding to the conversation, listening to new ideas, and springing to action.