At Oracle, we don’t just value differences—we celebrate them. We’re committed to creating a workplace where all kinds of people work together. We believe innovation starts with diversity and inclusion.
“Every good idea at Oracle comes from our employees. By building diverse and inclusive teams, we benefit from each other’s strengths and perspectives. That’s what turns good ideas into great ideas.”
Mia was born and raised in a small city in Peru called Ica, where she lived until she was 15 years old. When she and her family moved to Texas, she was old enough to understand that due to the reality of the world we live in, there could be obstacles standing in the way of her career goals.
"I focused on consistently pushing myself to achieve everything I wanted, one by one," she recalls. Today, Mia is a Deal Specialist for the License team at the Americas Shared Services Center for Latin America, where she drafts complex deals for one of the biggest technology companies in the world.
Anthony is an ex-army captain and soon-to-be dad. After his transition to the civilian world, he set his sights on a career with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
He soon joined us as Data Center Operations Program Manager and found himself immediately impressed with how in tune our leadership was with his needs, "Oracle is one of the largest software companies in the world, and yet they've found a way to listen to every employee."
Anthony was particularly delighted to learn that thanks to our generous paternal leave, he was going to be able to spend lots of time with his newborn baby.
Harrison likes to think of himself as a recovering nerd who also happens to be legally blind. After graduating from our Class Of program with flying colours, he landed himself a managerial role with Oracle Digital. Today, he leads a team of regional salespeople.
"Being able to put yourself in your customer's shoes takes expertise, imagination and empathy; none of which require seeing the customer. Sales, in particular, is a profession that requires having a thick skin and that's a characteristic that many people in the disabled community naturally develop."
Raina has been leading a fulfilling career with Oracle for over 24 years. She currently works in Global Customer Support and has also served as the community leader for the Orlando Chapter of African-American Business Leaders for Excellence (ABLE) for the past four years.
When Black History Month comes around, Raina feels proud to share the celebrations with her colleagues and sees it as an opportunity to invite people of all backgrounds to learn more about her heritage, "It’s a time to reflect upon the sacrifices of our ancestors and to teach youth the power of knowledge and self-affirmation."
Sandy is a Senior Manager in Product Management and Strategy for Oracle Marketing Cloud. She and her family immigrated to the San Francisco Bay Area from Taiwan when she was just 10 years old.
Since joining Oracle, she’s become an active member of our Employee Resource Group for Oracle Professional Asian Leadership which has helped her develop strong opinions about diversity and inclusion.
"Those in leadership positions have the extra responsibility to help others recognize their own potential and power, even when they can’t see it themselves."
Creating the future calls for people with different backgrounds, experiences, and ways of thinking. We believe achieving real diversity like this is a journey—not a once-off destination.
That’s why we continue to improve our diversity programs and work on our hiring strategies. Every day we are making these numbers more representative of the world around us.
We’re a community that works together to enrich the professional development of African-Americans at Oracle. We focus on:
Our mission is to develop and nurture the leadership abilities of Latino employees. We give a voice to the Latino community at Oracle and work together to:
Become part of the community that helps veterans advance their careers. We leverage the unique value that veterans bring to our workforce through:
Connect with the LGBT+ community at Oracle. Our inclusive network is all about making Oracle a place where everyone can be proud to be themselves. We:
Inspire unity and inclusive leadership at Oracle. We focus on developing the leadership potential of Asian employees and advance diversity and inclusion at Oracle by:
Our mission is to develop, engage, and empower current and future generations of female leaders. We unite Oracle employees to:
Through scholarships and career development programs, AISES is increasing the representation of indigenous North American people in STEM.
The largest non-profit Pan-Asian organization for business professionals in North America. Ascend’s mission is to enhance the influence and reach of pan-Asian business leaders.
An international nonprofit that enables the upward mobility of African-Americans and other minorities in IT and STEM fields.
A global expert on effectively recruiting and supporting individuals with disabilities in the workplace as well as marketing to the disability community in the consumer space.
A nonprofit that connects, inspires, and guides women in computing and the organizations that view technology innovation as a strategic imperative.
HACU is the only educational association that represents Hispanic-Serving Institutions in America. It helps thousands of young Hispanics with education and career development programs.
A premier Hispanic network for technology professionals—this organization focuses on building strong leaders, corporations, and role models for the digital age.
The biggest national lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer civil rights organization. HRC works towards a world where LGBTQ people can be themselves and be safe.
ITSMF increases the representation of black professionals at senior levels by promoting career development and networking opportunities within the IT profession.
A charity that promotes the independence and equality of visually impaired people through blindness skills training and greater access to opportunities.
This oldest and largest nationwide organization of blind Americans provides resources to the visually impaired and removes barriers in the way of opportunity.
One of the largest student-governed organizations in the US, NSBE’s mission is to increase the number of black engineers who excel academically, professionally, and in the community.
A premier nonprofit dedicated to achieving lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer workplace equality and building inclusive work environments.
SWE empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their contributions as engineers and leaders.
Discover how we are advancing disability inclusion at work, creating opportunities through accessible technology, and making a difference in society.
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