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Developing Black and Latinx leaders at ServiceNow
When ServiceNow announced Strive, a leadership development program, in January, “I jumped on it because I didn't see myself represented in leadership at my previous organizations,” says Marco O., a senior technical curriculum developer for ServiceNow.
Marco’s mother came to the United States from Mexico when she was 11. Raised by her and his father, Marco is the youngest and first of his family of five to graduate high school and attend college. He built a life with his husband since 1997 and found his way to ServiceNow in 2019. Today, Marco is on the Pride at Now leadership team, ServiceNow’s LGBTQ+ employee Belonging Group.
“We know there is less access and less Black and Latinx employees at leadership levels," says
Lynnetta S., director of diversity, inclusion, and belonging (DIBs) at ServiceNow. Lynetta brought in the leadership program as part of a DIBs strategy focused on hiring inclusively and building greater equity in career advancement for underrepresented populations.
Read more here - https://blogs.servicenow.com/2021/developing-black-and-latinx-leaders.html
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