Our People

Our People

We make Qualcomm an inspiring and inclusive workplace to advance the development of leading-edge technologies

Our success is only possible with the hard work and dedication of our employees. We celebrate diversity among our workforce and recognize that our varied backgrounds, experiences, and ideas are critical to innovation. We foster inclusive practices in all areas of operation around the world to ensure that we remain a company that reflects the communities in which we do business. We also engage our global workforce through giving and outreach efforts to support and enrich the communities where we live and work.

 

 

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How Technology Empowers Women Around The World
Global Risk Insights sat down with Allison Kahn, Director of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women’s Mentoring Women in Business Programme, to discuss the interplay between female empowerment, mentoring and technology. “There is one crucial factor that affects whether we can sign up a prospective mentee – and that’s internet and mobile connectivity.” ...
Nov 28, 2016 11:00 AM ET
Women In Tech - A Recap of the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
About 150 employees from Qualcomm Technologies – engineers, program and product managers, IT administrators, programmers, a few VPs and our CIO – attended The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC) in Houston last month.  Continue reading at OnQ
Nov 22, 2016 1:00 PM ET
How I Became a Techie: Robert Nowakowski
“The whole thing about STEM is that it involves a diverse team of people working closely together to successfully derive and execute innovative ideas to solve a complex problem.” — Robert Nowakowski My earliest memory of using technology was when my friend got an Atari 2600 in 1978. This system was one of the first home video game consoles, and it had cool games (...
Nov 21, 2016 2:00 PM ET
Happy Women’s Entrepreneurship Day!
In honor of Women’s Entrepreneurship Day today, I’d like to take stock of how crucial women are to economic growth. For example, did you know that women-owned businesses in the formal sector account for about 37 percent of...
Nov 19, 2016 9:00 AM ET
How I Became a Techie: Kathy Herring Hayashi
“When you find that passion, it’s no longer work. It’s what drives you. What motivates you.” — Kathy Herring Hayashi How did I become a techie? It all started with my dad, who was in the Air Force. When we were stationed in Nebraska, he would always find time in the evening to do word scramble puzzles with me, which later led to us doing cryptograms and other ciphers....
Nov 18, 2016 1:00 PM ET

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