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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The Role of the Private Sector in Women's Economic Empowerment
The Global Business Coalition for Women’s Economic Empowerment (GBCforWEE) brings together a group of major multinational corporations - who were first convened in 2014 by Professor Linda Scott, Emeritus DP World Chair for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, as part of the ...
Dec 4, 2017 4:40 PM ET
Innovators @ Qualcomm: Kim Koro
Qualcomm technology is at the heart of the modern digital world, but it wouldn’t be possible without the work of a lot of very creative and dedicated people. Innovators @ Qualcomm, or IQ for short, is our Q+A series highlighting the makers, thinkers, and doers helping Qualcomm build the future. Today, we go in-depth with Senior Vice President of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and President...
Nov 27, 2017 1:00 PM ET
How I Became a Techie: Tommy Saenz
“You get intimately familiar with what takes you away from home and what brings you back at the end of the day.” — Tommy Saenz What piqued my interest in STEM was my automotive electrician class in high school. I got to tinker with electronics and cars — not unusual hobbies for a kid from California. The coolest thing I ever did was convert a car from 150...
Jan 17, 2017 3:05 PM ET
How I Became a Techie: Ignacio Contreras
“Allow some level of randomness or variability in your career.” — Ignacio Contreras I remember, at 7 or 8 years old, I used to create circuits with this toy DC motor that you could buy at electronic stores. My grandfather, who I lived with, used to give me some money for arcades or comic books, but instead, sometimes I would go to the electronics shop to buy lights,...
Dec 12, 2016 6:00 PM ET
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

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