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This March, we’re celebrating the women inside and outside of Oracle who have shaped our lives, our communities, our workplaces, and our society. Throughout the month, we’ll post new videos and stories from our employees, partners, and customers about who inspires them and what “#EachforEqual,” the 2020 theme of International Women’s Day, means to them. We invite you to share your story on social media using #HerStory @Oracle.
“There are no more excuses for keeping women from having a seat at the table. We each need to work towards a more equitable society.”
“Oracle is a proud supporter of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day—we celebrate both this month. While March is a perfect time to celebrate, we commemorate the achievements of women in our lives every day, along with the courageous women who have influenced history.”
Brand Specialist, Oracle
My grandma Cie Cie has always inspired me to push myself out of my comfort zone and share my thoughts. She's allowed me to be confident enough to try to empower those around me as well. Thanks, grandma!
Director of Product Marketing, Oracle Cloud
My mother is my inspiration. I’ve seen her strength in the wake of adversity, and her humble and calm demeanor in the most difficult circumstances. What inspires me most about her is her inherent belief in herself. She always tells me, “Believe in yourself, and let no one define who you are.”
Senior User Experience Designer, Oracle
My mother inspires me to keep learning and adapting to new challenges in life.
Senior Global Program Manager, Brand Program Office, Oracle
This one inspires me every day to be a better human, a better person, a better woman. This amazing human is my daughter, Abigail.
Vice President, Application Consulting Sales, Oracle
On the day of my high school graduation, my grandma Julie said to me, “Mi hita, dream big! Remember your Latino upbringing.” My grandma instilled in me a love for family, faith, camaraderie, and a strong work ethic. I took to heart her words of advice. Those strong Latino values have been integral in my personal life as a daughter, wife, mother, and friend and in my professional success as a business partner, mentor, and executive at Oracle."
My journey has largely been inspired by a hard-working, strong, and loving woman—my mother. Her optimism and resilience toward life have led me to have a fighting and grateful spirit. The strong roots upon which she raised me helped instill in me a strong sense of confidence that has allowed me to expand my horizons and take challenges as learning opportunities, all while remaining true to my authentic self. Today and every day, I honor, admire, and look up to my mom.
My flight instructor, Chelsea, whose rigor—combined with her passion for aviation—inspired me to persist through fear, do the work, and revel in the beauty of flight.
She was the first woman to fight to wear pants in her Ogdensburg (NY) High School, and she took the case to the State court. She was the first woman to attend college in her family and she went on to get her PhD. She is brilliant, driven, brave, and funny. She is my Mom, and she inspires me in everything I do!
I was truly inspired and humbled in my interactions with Oracle CEO Safra Catz during her visit to India. Her deep sense of integrity and passion for change are very compelling.