Oath celebrates Women's History Month around the globe
From Shiloh Gulickson, Communications Chair for WIN
Throughout March, Oath offices around the world celebrated Women's History Month with events and activities designed to celebrate the incredible women we work with every day.
Our Employee Resource Group for Women, WIN (Women's Inclusion Network) hosted events, training sessions and panels highlighting three critical areas which informed the International Women's Day (IWD) theme of #PressForProgress:
Transparency: every employee should know what the situation is for women at Oath—workforce breakdown, where the women's levels fail to match men's, whether or not there is pay disparity, and why.
Equality and parity: every employee should understand our recruitment practices and opportunities for professional development and career advancement.
Opportunity: every employee should know what we, as a company, are doing to improve and provide women the means and ability to advocate and advance.
To celebrate Women's History Month, our global offices hosted more than 50 activations, from International Women's Day parties on March 8th to self defense classes to volunteer events.
International Women's Day Celebration in Sunnyvale, CA
The WIN Sunnyvale office kicked off Women's History Month with a party where the menu featured items inspired by female leaders in the culinary industry.
Baltimore BeSpoken Event
The Baltimore WIN team hosted an event in partnership with BeSpoken, an organization that provides interactive, on-your-feet training to teach participants how to speak in public and how to have presence.
APAC Self-Defense Training
In APAC, Oath hosted a self-defense training workshop for more than 100 participants to learn the basics of self defense using the Krav Maga self-defense techniques, which focuses on addressing real world situations in a very practical way.
Finally, check out our Women's History Month recap video which features women from Oath's offices in the United States, Canada, England, Germany and India: