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Siobhan manages philanthropy and corporate responsibility initiatives aligned with Applied Materials’ core value of making a positive social contribution in communities where the company operates and its employees work and live.
In 2020, the Applied Materials Community Affairs team embarked on a year-long journey to evaluate our U.S.-based work in communities of color. This included conducting an Equity Audit examining our personal beliefs as well as our work’s programs and practices. In this blog, I discuss key learnings from the audit and the initial steps we are taking to evolve our program.
We are in awe of the arts groups and their leaders whose tremendous creativity and clever use of technology brought artists and audiences together for powerful, entertaining, engaging experiences all while we sheltered in place.
Applied Materials employees responded generously during our annual North America Fight Against Hunger—a month-long campaign, held virtually this year, to raise funds to help alleviate hunger in communities where we work and live.
This year’s Tech for Global Good Celebration honored four innovative organizations who are using technology to address critical problems facing our future, and recognized ocean conservationist and women in STEM advocate Julie Packard with the James C. Morgan Global Humanitarian Award.
Applied Materials employees around the world are taking to the streets, the mountains and the beaches this month in support of EarthWorks, the company’s annual campaign to inspire education and action around environmental sustainability, and ensure a cleaner and greener tomorrow.