Esther Ledesma Pumarol is Chair of Medtronic's Hispanic Latino Network Chair and Global Portfolio Manager of Defibrillation Solutions


Esther Ledesma Pumarol is Chair, Medtronic Hispanic Latino Network

Esther Ledesma Pumarol is Chair, Medtronic Hispanic Latino Network

 July 06, 2021

Medtronic Employee Resource Groups like its Hispanic Latino Network (HLN) build solid cross-company relationships, connecting employees with career knowledge they can’t get anywhere else.

Opportunities for personal and professional growth

Esther Ledesma Pumarol is Chair of Medtronic's HLN and Global Portfolio Manager of Defibrillation Solutions based in Minnesota, USA.

"The decision to join an Employee Resource Group is about developing relationships that will impact you throughout your career. It will offer you opportunities for personal and professional growth," she says. "It will serve you as a strong connection with your culture, your passions and ultimately, a community to support you in your journey."

Tools and experiences for career development

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Furthering the advancement of diverse employees

Across the United States, Medtronic's Employee Resource Groups include its African Descent Network, Asian Descent Network and Hispanic Descent Network - while the company's PRIDE network and the Medtronic Women’s Network are global communities. 

These supportive and thriving networks are critical to ensuring the voice of the community is heard. The groups work closely with senior leaders and HR personnel to create programs that help further the advancement of diverse employees.


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Medtronic believes that when people from different cultures, genders, and points of view come together, innovation is the result — and everyone wins. Medtronic walks the walk, creating an inclusive culture where you can thrive.

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