Cloudera champions owning your seat at the table

Cloudera champions owning your seat at the table

 March 07, 2022

This year, all the Cloudera Employee Resource Groups (ERG) are focusing on a singular theme, which is Owning Your Seat At The Table. 

Cloudera’s Black Employee Network (CBEN) kicked off the theme during Black History Month, and learning about various non-profits to partner with and support. 

Owning your seat at the table 

The CBEN also discussed what it means to truly own your seat at the table in a recent fireside chat, where Sarah Shin, Chief Diversity Officer, Otho Lyon, Vice President of Global Support and Kerryann Benjamin, Chief Diversity Officer at KK&R shared great perspectives.

Cloudera Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) represent diverse communities and allies who share its interests and challenges within the workplace. 

They collaborate with the company to enable a safe and supportive culture while providing education and strategic insights that support Cloudera’s goals and objectives.

Committed to building a diverse environment 

Cloudera is committed to building a more diverse environment, but says it is not yet where it wants to be. The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion team is working with leaders and team members across the business to help narrow representation gaps.

The company’s Equality Committee was founded in June 2020 by Chief Executive Officer Rob Beardon, and is composed of diverse representatives across every line of business at Cloudera

The committee supports Cloudera’s DE&I mission through strategic planning, introducing new initiatives, and identifying resources. Thanks to the dedication of the committee, Cloudera’s DE&I team was born.

Feel valued, empowered and seen at a company like Cloudera 

Working for a company that is committed to diversity and inclusion can be a very rewarding experience. 

Match your skillset to one of the job opportunities available at Cloudera.

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