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  • 27 January 2022

    Hootsuite Helps Pave the Way Towards Tech Careers for Underrepresented Canadian Youth

    Hootsuite partners with NPower Canada to bring digital education to Canadians underrepresented in tech Vancouver, BC - January 27, 2022 - Hootsuite, the global leader in social media management, has partnered with NPower Canada, a non-profit workforce development initiative that equips underrepresented job seekers across Canada for in-demand tech careers, to bring digital education and curriculum to 1,100 NPower Canada program participants.  NPower Canada offers tech-training programs and IT certifications in Alberta, Ontario, and Nova Scotia for young adults 17-30 years old at no cost, and thanks in part to a partnership with Hootsuite, has expanded into British Columbia. Today, NPower Canada is holding its virtual graduation ceremony to celebrate the completion of its inaugural BC cohort where Hootsuite will award one graduate with the Above & Beyond Leader Award, a certificate of achievement that distinguishes a participant who has demonstrated leadership and has empowered themselves and their peers to grow and step up into the next generation of digital leaders and be neighbours and allies in their communities.  “As digitization and automation continue to occur at a rapid pace, NPower Canada aims to offer opportunities for our alumni to gain new skills and certifications to remain competitive in the job market,” said Andrew Reddin, Chief Operating Officer, NPower Canada. “Our partnership with Hootsuite provides new avenues for our alumni to gain crucial social media skills that will help them advance in their careers” As a founding corporate partner in BC, Hootsuite has offered three of its Hootsuite Academy courses as a supplemental learning offering alongside a monetary donation to empower NPower Canada alumnus to grow and develop into the next generation of digital leaders. Participants have been offered Platform Certification Course, Social Marketing Certification Course, and Advanced Social Advertising Certification Course training, as well as opportunities for mentorship from Hootsuite employees through 1:1 speed networking sessions.  “As a newcomer, I am grateful to NPower Canada for supporting me in finding my way back into a tech career after working in customer service roles since arriving in Canada,” said Kenneth Mati-ong, NPower Canada Graduate. “I am thankful to Hootsuite for recognizing me for the Above & Beyond Leader Award and providing Hootsuite Academy Licenses to NPower Canada graduates to help us gain in-demand skills and grow in our careers.” “We’re excited to celebrate the graduates who have worked hard to complete this program,” said Eva Taylor, Corporate Social Responsibility Director, Hootsuite. “At Hootsuite, we’re passionate about bridging the digital skills gap and believe that everyone should have the chance to learn, grow and have success in the tech industry. This partnership was a natural fit for us as we strive to provide equal opportunities for talented individuals to work in tech. We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with NPower Canada and use the power of education to equip and shape the digital leaders of tomorrow.” Successful graduates from each program benefit from personal and professional development, job placement services, post-hire coaching and support, and access to corporate mentors and guest speakers through NPower Canada. 
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    10 December 2021

    Coalition of Vancouver Companies Surpass Million Dollar Mark in Donations for BC Flood Support

    Vancouver Coalition collectively donates $1,000,000 to British Columbia Flood Relief—Government of Canada and BC Government commitment triples funds. Vancouver, BC— December 9, 2021 — Today a coalition of Vancouver companies have raised over a million dollars in support of the Red Cross’ British Columbia Floods and Extreme Weather Appeal to carry out relief, recovery, resilience, and risk reduction activities in and beyond the region at the individual and community levels. The second round of donations by the coalition are led by Deloitte, Herschel Supply Co, Nexii, BlueShore Financial, tentree, Purdys Chocolatier, Motion Metrics, Coconut Software, Anthem Properties, Absolute Software and DNEG, and include an internal matching campaign by Hootsuite. The fundraiser’s first round was completed on November 19, 2021. Together, the Canadian Federal Government and the Provincial Government of British Columbia will match every dollar donated to the Canadian Red Cross 2021 British Columbia Floods & Extreme Weather Appeal—between Nov 17 to Dec 24, 2021—with all funds going to support those affected by the floods and extreme weather conditions. Now tripled, the amount raised by the coalition has reached a collective CAD 3,000,000. “No individual or community should have to face the devastating impact of the recent floods and extreme weather in British Columbia alone,” said Pat Quealey, vice-president, British Columbia and Yukon, Canadian Red Cross. “Thanks to this donation from the coalition of Vancouver organizations, amplified by the matching program of the federal and provincial governments, these funds will help the people directly affected by the floods along their road to recovery.” The commitment from the group of 40 members will provide flood relief through additional support to the affected communities where they’re needed most. “Supporting the well-being of our communities is foundational to BlueShore Financial’s values,” said Armita Alikhani, VP Marketing and Communications, BlueShore Financial. “As a BC-based financial institution, we are eager to help our communities rebuild and recover from the recent environmental devastation that has hit our province.” “The tentree team was so saddened to hear about the impact these recent storms have had on our neighbours across BC and was so moved to see local businesses step up to support the communities affected,” said Derrick Emsley, CEO, tentree. “We’re proud to be part of this group and hope that our contribution will provide the care and aid needed during these challenging times.” “It’s heartbreaking to see the devastation that the recent BC storm and flooding have caused. We see and read about disasters all over the world every day, but they’re particularly poignant when they take place in our own backyard. Our thoughts are with all of those affected by this unfortunate disaster,” said Lyndon Cormack, Co-Founder & Managing Director at Herschel Supply Co. “Herschel Supply is committed to our community—BC is our home and we’re all in this together. We are proud to join other amazing Vancouver-based companies in contributing to the Red Cross British Columbia Floods & Extreme Weather Appeal and encourage others to lend their support in any way that they can.” “We deeply value the opportunity, along with the local tech community and this coalition of BC businesses, to contribute to the communities impacted by the devastating floods”, said Erica Pretorius, Partner, Deloitte. “The families affected by BC’s recent floods and storms are our community—they're our customers, our employees and our friends. We hope the money raised with this coalition will help provide the much-needed support they need for recovery,” said Kriston Dean, VP of Sales & Marketing, Purdys Chocolatier. "We are saddened by the recent flooding in BC and feel very grateful to be part of a caring community of BC businesses working together to support those impacted," said Lorie Corcuera, Head of People, Vancouver and LA, DNEG. More information: The Canadian Red Cross has activated its humanitarian workforce to support response efforts and continues to work closely with community leaders and all levels of government on how to best support people, who are impacted by flooding and extreme weather in British Columbia, throughout their recovery. On behalf of the Province of British Columbia and thanks to the generosity of Canadians, The Red Cross will be distributing financial assistance to eligible affected households. This amount includes $1,000 from the province of British Columbia and $1,000 from the Canadian Red Cross. People who are impacted by flooding and extreme weather events in British Columbia and may require financial assistance can register with Red Cross by calling 1-800-863-6582 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. PST. Registration with Red Cross ensures people are accounted for, can be contacted while away from home, and can also be reached with information about further Red Cross services and assistance that may become available to them during this time of need. For more information on the Red Cross’ emergency response services, please visit
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    23 November 2021

    Hootsuite Announces Changes to its Board of Directors

    Vancouver, BC - November 23, 2021 – Hootsuite today announced the appointment of four new directors to its Board of Directors. Julie Herendeen, Christiane Pendarvis, Dave Singh, and Carl Sparks join existing directors, Ryan Holmes, Tom Keiser and Jeff Lieberman on the Hootsuite board. Herendeen has been appointed Board Chair. "These new board appointments are an important step forward for Hootsuite as we transition from an investor board to an independent board,” said Tom Keiser, Hootsuite CEO. “We have an incredible mix of talented leaders guiding our company, and I’m honored to welcome our newest board members to the team." Concurrent with the new additions, Sara Clemens and Shahrzad Rafati have transitioned from the board. “On behalf of Hootsuite, I’d like to thank Sara and Shahrzad for their leadership and expertise in helping to shape our company’s direction and focus, and wish them the best,” said Keiser. “In the four years they have been here, they have provided sound advice and been instrumental in helping us achieve our goals and objectives.” Julie Herendeen is a corporate director who also serves on the board of directors of HubSpot, Inc. (NASDAQ: HUBS). Previously, she was the Chief Marketing Officer at PagerDuty, Inc. (NYSE: PD) and prior to that led Global Enterprise Marketing at Uber, Inc. (NYSE: Uber). She led global marketing and the self-service business at Dropbox, Inc. (NASDAQ:DBX) and previously led product and marketing teams at Yahoo!, Lookout and Apple Computer (NASDAQ:AAPL). Christiane Pendarvis is the co-President and Chief Merchant Officer at Savage x Fenty, a lingerie brand. She was formerly the Senior Vice President, E-Commerce at Fullbeauty Brands Operations, LLC, an online and catalog retail brand; Vice President of Ecommerce at Charming Charlies; Vice President of Crowd Source Design and Operations at Minted, a lifestyle brand and design marketplace, and the Vice President, Global Product Operations and Vice President, General Manager, Old Navy Men’s, at Gap Inc. (NYSE: GPS), a clothing and accessories retailer. Dave Singh is the Chief Financial Officer at Tucows Inc. (TSX: TC), a global provider of internet services. He was formerly the Chief Financial Officer at TELUS International, a provider of multilingual digital customer experience and digital IT solutions, and Director, Financial Reporting & Analysis and Director, Consumer Retail, at TELUS Communications, a national telecommunications provider. Carl Sparks is a Managing Partner at Interlock Partners, an early-stage venture capital firm. He is also a director of Copart, Inc. (NASDAQ: CPRT), ActionIQ, BlueNile, and Lucid, LLC.. Sparks has previously served on the board of directors of Avis Budget Group. (CAR), Dunkin’ Brands (NASDAQ: DNKNV) and Vonage Holding Corp. (NASDAQ: VG) ), and on the advisory board of Comment Sold. Prior roles include Chief Executive Officer at Academic Partnerships; Chief Executive Officer at Travelocity Global; and various management and marketing roles at Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE).
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    23 November 2021

    Hootsuite Announces New Atlanta Office, Expanding US Growth

    The social media management leader invests in Atlanta, rapidly recruiting sales-focused roles for February 1, 2022. Vancouver, BC—November 23, 2021 - Hootsuite today announced the opening of a new office in Atlanta, Georgia—a dynamic tech hub that the global leader in social media management views as critical to accelerating its expansion within the US. The company plans to hire 60+ Atlanta-based positions by the end of 2022. “As we look to rapidly expand our US footprint, Atlanta is an obvious choice due to the impressive growth in its tech sector and a rapidly growing and diverse SaaS talent pool. We also look forward to meeting local college graduates who want to start their career in tech,” said Tom Keiser, CEO, Hootsuite. “Atlanta is a talent-rich city, where culture, education, innovation and tech come to thrive. We are so excited to be here.” The Hootsuite Atlanta office is set to open on February 1, 2022, in WeWork Coda—a LEED Platinum office facility and centre of innovation in Midtown Atlanta‘s Tech Square. The SaaS company will initially set its sights on expanding operations, delivering customer value, and building out diverse go-to-market teams. “We welcome Hootsuite to metro Atlanta and congratulate them on their investment to grow in our region,” said Katie Kirkpatrick, President and CEO, Metro Atlanta Chamber. “The availability and diversity of talent from our colleges and universities, coupled with the strength of our region’s technology ecosystem and business community, will surely contribute to Hootsuite’s continued growth moving forward.” Hootsuite empowers its people to choose where and how they work either in the office, remotely, or as a combination. The Vancouver headquartered company’s 15 global offices, referred to as “Nests,” are flexible and creative hubs built for collaboration and social connection. “With more than 325 Canadian companies operating in the state, Canada is an important partner for investment in Georgia. And it’s exciting to hear that Atlanta—named the number one tech hub in the U.S. two years in a row—was selected as a strategic growth market for Hootsuite’s expansion within the U.S.,” said Pat Wilson, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Economic Development. “It’s a pleasure to welcome Hootsuite to Georgia, and I am confident the state’s many assets will help the company find continued success here.” For more information on available roles please visit:
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    19 November 2021

    Coalition of Vancouver Companies Donates $912,000 to BC Flood Support

    The dynamic group of Vancouver organizations are urging others to get involved and support affected BC communities Vancouver, BC (November 19, 2021) - Today a coalition of Vancouver companies and individuals have come together to collectively donate $912,000 CAD to the Canadian Red Cross in support of the British Columbia Floods and Extreme Weather Appeal. The group is urging others to join them in support of those impacted throughout the province as the threat of additional rain looms in the forecast for this weekend. The reach of the devastation is widespread, affecting people, animals and livestock, businesses, and critical infrastructure. The immediate intent of this group is to provide financial resources to the Canadian Red Cross, which is working to help people in and around affected areas as quickly as possible and provide humanitarian assistance. Money raised will enable the Canadian Red Cross to carry out relief, recovery, resilience, and risk reduction activities in and beyond the region at the individual and community levels. “This is an incredibly challenging time for individuals, families, and communities who have been impacted by flooding and extreme weather in British Columbia,” said Pat Quealey, Vice President, British Columbia and Yukon, Canadian Red Cross. “The donations from Vancouver companies are very welcome news as the Canadian Red Cross works to bring relief to people who need urgent help and support in recovery.” The long-term commitment from the group of 30+ members—spanning the technology, retail, and real-estate and development industries—will provide flood relief through additional support to the affected communities where they’re needed most. For individuals who would like to take action, the Vancouver Canucks will be donating their proceeds from the 50/50 draws at tonight’s game against Winnipeg and Sunday’s game versus Chicago to flood relief. Tickets can be purchased online at until the end of the second intermission of each game. “What we are seeing currently happening in B.C. is devastating. We have hundreds of employees and customers who live and work in-province that have been impacted,” said Ross Wainwright, CEO of Alida. “At Alida, our people always come first. It’s incredible to be a part of a business community that is united in supporting British Columbians when they need it most. We’re honoured to offer our help for this important cause." “The impact of the flooding and mudslides on individuals, families, and communities in British Columbia and across Canada is devastating,” said Brian Hill, Founder & CEO, Aritzia. “Aritzia is proud to combine our support efforts with leading Vancouver-based companies to take immediate and meaningful action to help those in need through the Red Cross Disaster Relief Program. Our thoughts are with all those affected and Aritzia will continue to look at additional ways we can help support our community throughout this tragedy.” “At Arc’teryx our hearts go out to everyone affected by the devastation caused by these storms,” said Karl Aaker, VP Brand, Arc’teryx. “As a brand rooted in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, we feel deeply connected to the environment and our neighbouring communities. These challenges can only be faced by working together and we are honoured to be able to support.” We were devastated to see the images and suffering coming out of the Fraser Valley and interior of BC due to the BC storm,” said Katherine Berry, Co-founder, Allocadia, a BrandMaker Company. “BC is where Allocadia was founded and where so many of us live and we feel deeply for everyone impacted in our broader community. We send our thoughts and support to all who are impacted.” “As a marketer of homes, we know who homes are for and the connection of homes to family life,” said Jacky Chan, President, Baker West. “Our collective hearts go out to those families experiencing this traumatic turn of events.” “I’m so proud of BC’s tech sector for contributing with speed and generosity to the essential emergency response work being done on the ground. It’s testament to the sense of shared purpose and community that we have here in BC,” said Jill Tipping, CEO, BC Tech. “BC Tech is proud to donate $5,000 and we encourage all our members to contribute what they can.” “As a resident of Chilliwack, I have seen the devastation of this week’s floods first-hand,” said Brendan Toupin, Senior Director, Digital Retail, Best Buy. “At Best Buy, we are always committed to supporting our communities and our team comes together in the most fantastic ways when help is needed most. In addition to our efforts on the ground and through team fundraising, we are proud to join this group of BC-based companies to support the Canadian Red Cross appeal.” “Bettering the communities that we build in is always our goal – especially in times of need,” said Colin Bosa, CEO, Bosa Properties. “This is our home. And as a company that builds homes, we’re proud to come together with our local business community to support those hardest hit by the recent events across BC.” “Our hearts go out to everyone in Abbotsford, the Fraser Valley and across BC who have lost so much and had their lives changed forever due to the extensive flooding in our communities,” said Michael Doyle, President, Canucks Sports & Entertainment, Business Operations. “The flooding has been catastrophic, so from the Canucks for Kids Fund, on behalf of the Vancouver Canucks, Abbotsford Canucks and Aquilini Group, we are pleased to join this amazing group of local companies who have come together quickly to support the Red Cross. We invite everyone to join us by donating or purchasing a Canucks 50/50 ticket this weekend to help raise funds for those who need it the most.” “We are devastated by the recent BC floods and are partnering with Hootsuite and other like-minded BC businesses in support of its disaster relief efforts, which are close to home for many of our professionals and our clients,” said Pamela L Smith, Director Communications, Colliers. “Our people are coming together in support of the Red Cross’s relief effort to do what’s right for our people, clients, and communities. Our thoughts are with all of those affected and we encourage others in the business community to support if they are able.” "We are devastated for the communities impacted by the BC storms,” said Linda Lupini, Global Vice President, Employee Experience, Copperleaf. “In response, we have teamed up with several local companies to donate funds to support the Canadian Red Cross, which is providing front-line essential services to affected families and businesses. This is our way of saying we care and we're here to support you." “We try to do good when and where we can - and nothing feels more critical right now for our team at DUER than supporting local BC communities impacted by the floods,” said Nadia Gillies, Director of Brand, DUER. “Rallying alongside a collective of companies based here in Vancouver will have a greater impact than anything we could do alone.” “Community and people are everything to us at Earls. It is why we started and what keeps us inspired,” said Mo Jessa, President, Earls Restaurants. “We are honoured to be able to give back and make a positive impact on people's lives through this very tough time.” “At Hootsuite, we live by a set of guiding principles that strongly focuses on how we give back to the communities where we live and work. The devastation caused by the storms in British Columbia is heartbreaking, for both the people in those communities as well as the animals and livestock. It’s been incredible to see how quickly we were able to collaborate with other companies and create a plan of action to support the Red Cross as a business community,” said Eva Taylor, CSR Director at Hootsuite. “We hope this is only the beginning and that other companies and individuals will continue to support the relief efforts as those communities will need ongoing aid over the coming weeks.” "At INDOCHINO, as a BC company, we are enthusiastically lending our support to the disaster relief efforts,” said Drew Green, President & CEO, INDOCHINO. “The devastation caused by the storms is heartbreaking, and our thoughts are with everyone in the affected communities.” “Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to all the people affected by the recent flooding in BC,” said Feras Elkhalil, President, IT/IQ Tech Recruiters. “Our thoughts are with our neighbours, our customers and the community impacted by this week’s tragedy throughout BC,” said Roger Patterson, CEO, Later. “We remain committed to our community and we are grateful to the people and organizations who have already stepped up to provide shelter, moral support and financial help to British Columbians in need.” “Our hearts go out to the families and businesses so tragically affected by the damage sustained from the floods,” said Ryan Lalonde, President and Partner at MLA Canada. “MLA Canada has helped shape communities in the Fraser Valley for many years, and we humbly believe in continuing to support the rebuilding of these communities.” “Our thoughts are with all of those impacted by this week's flooding and the ongoing climate emergency here in BC,” said Kyle Housman, CEO, Native Shoes. “We care deeply about our neighbors across the province and offer our support in any way we can.” “It’s heartbreaking seeing our communities devastated by these latest climate impacts,” said Gregor Robertson, EVP of Nexii. “Nexii is proud to join BC businesses stepping up to help; it's part of our mission to strengthen and support our communities. Kudos to the Red Cross and all the organizations helping on the ground; thanks for enabling us all to provide some support to those impacted.” “NÜTRL Vodka Soda applauds this initiative and is proud to be one of the local BC brands getting together to help our community,” said Paul Meehan, NÜTRL Vodka Soda. “In donating $50,000 to BC Storm Relief we hope to inspire those who can to help support the families and businesses of our community during this challenging time.” “We are absolutely devastated by the impact the recent flooding has had on residents and businesses in British Columbia,” said Malgosia Green, CEO of Plenty of Fish. “We are dedicated to helping our neighbors and will be joining this amazing group of local businesses who have come together through financial contributions and support.” “Smash + Tess is committed to supporting our community, especially in times of great need,” said Ashley Freeborn, CEO, Smash + Tess. “We are proud to be uniting with like-minded, leading brands in Greater Vancouver who share our commitment to support the people and communities who are currently facing unimaginable hardships.” “Following the intense flooding that hit parts of BC this past week, we knew we had to act to support those impacted and displaced by the events. It hits home. These are the communities where our people and customers work and live,” said Greg Smith, Co-Founder & CEO, Thinkific. “We’re grateful to see and be part of a community of businesses operating in BC coming together to amplify our support through financial contributions to the hard-working relief organizations on the ground getting British Columbians the goods and supplies they urgently need.” “Everyone in BC has felt the impacts of extreme weather. But what we are witnessing now in communities across the province is nothing short of devastating and heartbreaking,” said Michelle Malpass, VP of Community, Traction on Demand. “Community is the backbone of who we are as Canadians, and we’re proud to lend our support alongside this incredible group of BC organizations to aid the Canadian Red Cross.” “As a people-first company, Unbounce is honoured to support the people and communities hardest hit by the BC floods,” said Erika Finlay, Social Impact Manager, Unbounce. “We're grateful to be joining an incredible group of local businesses that share our commitment to community and social good, especially during these very tough times.” In addition to a financial donation, the Earls Restaurant Group is distributing gift cards to people in communities affected by the floods and to first responders who are on the ground providing aid. Hootsuite would also like to thank CDW Canada, lululemon, and Rennie for their donations and participation. The Canadian Red Cross is encouraging people impacted by flooding and extreme weather in British Columbia to register with the Red Cross. People who are impacted by flooding and extreme weather events in British Columbia can register with the Canadian Red Cross by calling 1-800-863-6582 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. PST. Registration with the Canadian Red Cross ensures people are accounted for, can be contacted while away from home, and can be reached with information about further Red Cross services and assistance that may become available to them during this time of need. People impacted by the recent floods and extreme weather in British Columbia are also encouraged to register with local authorities in their area to learn how to access Emergency Support Services. Registration with British Columbia Emergency Support Services (ESS) allows people to receive urgent assistance, helps reunite loved ones separated by disaster, and allows people to receive important updates and services. For more information on how to register with ESS and find the nearest reception centre, visit https://www.emergencyinfobc.go... or call 1-800-585-9559.
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    10 November 2021

    Hootsuite CMO Maggie Lower Named in the Top 20 of INvolve’s OUTstanding LGBT+ Executives List

    Vancouver—November 10, 2021 – Hootsuite’s Chief Marketing Officer, Maggie Lower, has been named a top 20 OUTstanding LGBT+ Role Model in 2021. This marks her fourth year on the list, awarded by INvolve—the global network championing diversity and inclusion in business. The OUTstanding LGBT+ Role Model Lists showcase the LGBT+ business leaders and allies who are breaking down barriers and creating more inclusive workplaces across the world to inspire the next generation of diverse talent. Supported by Yahoo Finance, the annual lists celebrate the top 100 LGBT+ Executives, 100 LGBT+ Future Leaders, and 50 Ally Executives globally. "As a Gen X-er who came out 20 years ago, I’ve been part of this community for a long time, and I've seen all of the work we've done, and the progress we've made, so that we can feel visible and protected. But the work is not complete,” said Maggie Lower, Chief Marketing Officer at Hootsuite. “Today’s climate is an often painful reminder that progress can quickly erode if we lose our focus. That's why recognitions like these are so important. This isn't just a list that celebrates a few of us, this is a signal of hope for all of us.” Lower joined Hootsuite as a key member of the company’s executive leadership team in 2021. She owns the brand's overall global marketing strategy, demand generation, communications, and events. In addition to her role as a talented marketing and business executive—she is a community leader that works with a variety of not-for-profit organizations. “Being your authentic self in business takes courage and a lot of intestinal fortitude. I'm grateful for the opportunity to serve as an executive mentor to support LGBT+ professionals aspiring to C-level roles and to continue to drive equity and connectivity in the workplace through the incredible not-for-profit organizations with which I work,” said Lower. “We know there is more work to do, but I feel the commitment to it every single day.” In 2020, Hootsuite deepened its commitment to DE&I—rapidly implementing diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies company-wide and appointing Tara Ataya to Chief People and Diversity officer to ensure that employee voices are continuously represented in the C-Suite. “I'm so proud of Hootsuite for cultivating DEI into every single decision that we make and for nurturing a culture of inclusion throughout every facet of the organization—far beyond just HR.” added Lower.“It’s a privilege to be an owl.” INvolve’s nominees were voted on by a judging panel that scored each individual based on their impact inside and outside the workplace, their business achievements, and the global influence of their role. “I’m thrilled to be celebrating this trailblazing group of global LGBT+ and Ally Role Models who are championing inclusion and inspiring the next generation of talent,” said Suki Sandhu OBE, Founder & CEO of INvolve. “It’s vital that the LGBT+ community can succeed and be authentic in business and beyond, and these Role Models are essential in dismantling barriers to progression and creating opportunities for LGBT+ employees to thrive."
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