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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Celebrating Women Beyond International Women’s Day
At Qualcomm, we honor, support, and celebrate women year round: We provide and participate in myriad initiatives aimed at empowering women of all ages, both inside and outside our company. Just within the last month, using International Women’s Day (IWD) as the inspiration, we hosted a number of motivational and affirmative events celebrating women. At the beginning of February, we...
Mar 8, 2016 9:00 AM ET
How I became a techie: Frances Chen
“I wasn’t afraid of any math or science problem.” —Frances Chen My interest in math and science was definitely influenced by my family. I think one of the earliest memories I have is sitting on my dad’s lap and pointing out the Sigma sign in his book. Three generations of women from my family either studied or worked in science and engineering fields. My grandma...
Mar 1, 2016 12:00 PM ET
How I became a techie: Kiva Allgood
"Tech is my passion." -Kiva Allgood My passion for technology and science actually started when I was a kid. I'm one of five kids, and I am the only girl. So I have had the pleasure of blowing up things and setting off rockets and doing kind of all of those guys' things since I was a little girl. My mom was a mathematician, so she was always challenging me to do...
Feb 1, 2016 12:00 PM ET
How I became a techie: Susie Armstrong
"You can make a living out of having fun." -Susie Armstrong In high school, I did very well in math and science. And I was going to become a veterinarian. I liked animals. I liked the science behind it. But after touring the Primate Research Center at UC Davis, I realized that I probably couldn't deal with the pain and suffering of any sort of medical field. So I went to...
Jan 4, 2016 12:00 PM ET