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HP moves into Black History Month with a powerful message from our Chief Diversity Officer, Lesley Slaton Brown and after recently wrapping up our 2nd Annual HP HBCU Business Challenge. 

Reinventing the standard for diversity and inclusion requires an effort from everyone at HP. This can only occur when every employee at every level embeds diversity into their daily work life.

One way employees can do that is through Business Impact Networks. They serve as a platform for those interested in taking an active role and transforming HP into a place where everyone can belong, innovate, and grow.

A few days ago, HP signed the Business Statement for Transgender Equality to support the rights of our transgender employees, customers, partners, and community.

To enlarge this conversation, we spoke to Catherine Kohler, a commit planner who’s a transgender woman in transition.

We’re honored to serve

Every day at HP, distinguished veterans who built an outstanding career in the Military, are exploring cutting-edge uses for technology and applying their training and skills in their jobs.  Nothing fills us with greater pride than to support our veterans in building successful business careers. The following are a few testimonials from HP’s Military Veterans who have been doing some of their life’s best work with us:

Contributed by Elizabeth Esqueda, member of the Women Impact Network, Mexico.

The Women Incubator for Learning and Leading, (WILL) is a program lead by Guadalajara’s Women Impact Network and created as the continuance of the Talent Development Program to provide the framework and tools to enhance the leadership potential of its participants.