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 I became a techie: Grace Wang
“I realized that at the end of the day, the things I wanted to do the most were to solve cool, interesting problems and make a difference.” — Grace Wang In my earliest memory of using tech, I was around 10. Both of my parents are computer programmers, and my dad decided he was going to teach me how to program in Visual Basic. I think I made...
Jun 13, 2016 12:00 PM ET
How I became a techie: Beth Keser
“Women may be well represented in high school AP science and math classes, but they’re not choosing to go into engineering. If they had more awareness of what a great career engineering can be and the confidence to pursue engineering, I think there would be a lot more women in STEM careers.” — Beth Keser A calculator. That’s my earliest memory of using technology. I got...
Jun 6, 2016 12:00 PM ET
How I became a techie: Serafin Diaz
“Do what you like, enjoy what you do, and everything else becomes easier.” -Serafin Diaz I grew up in La Paz, Baja, Mexico. When I was young, I was fascinated with magnets and had a collection of them. I used to destroy old speaker phones and pull the magnets out. I would tie them with small cords and suspend them, one after the other. I was very eager to see how they...
Jun 1, 2016 12:00 PM ET
How I became a techie: Priya Goverdhan
“I always tell kids: Don’t fear technology, embrace it. And when in doubt, ask.” —Priya Goverdhan My parents are doctors. My sister was already in medical school by the time I was in 12th grade, so I just thought that I would be a doctor. I realized that I loved math more than science. When I was in high school, we would have a lot of power outages. I was always curious...
May 2, 2016 12:00 PM ET
How I became a techie: Yoona Kim
“I really enjoy learning about new technology before it’s released. It’s always so rewarding.” —Yoona Kim I’m pretty late in joining tech, compared to some people. My parents really wanted me to be open-minded. They wanted me to have as much of a chance as I could. My uncle recommended me to get into electrical engineering, and at first I didn’t have that much interest...
Apr 11, 2016 12:00 PM ET

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