Founding Partner Since
Senior Manager, Accessibility Partnerships and Public Relations
“The role that InclusionHub plays as both a centralized resource, dedicated to the people who do this critical work, and a transparent platform to share truths is paramount...I truly believe in this initiative because the people behind InclusionHub are dedicated to the mission.”
At Salesforce, we believe that everyone should be able to benefit from our products, experiences, and culture. Our goal is to empower all people to bring their authentic selves to work with confidence — whether they are a member of our Salesforce family or broader community. This aligns with our mission of equality for all.
The more we give people with disabilities access to the same opportunities and experiences, the more inclusive — and stronger — we become.
We also want to enable and empower customers to understand and apply accessibility best practices on their own. Our Getting Started with Web Accessibility trail helps customers learn more about accessible Salesforce design, testing, and development best practices, as well as providing other resources. In 2020, we expanded this trail by adding a new module,Designing for Web Accessibility.
We are passionate proponents of stakeholder capitalism, committed to doing well by all our stakeholders — our customers, employees, partners, communities, the planet, and society as a whole.
And we lead by example, spearheading initiatives in philanthropy, racial equality and justice, climate action and advocacy, and the ethical and humane use of technology.
Our founders launched the 1-1-1 model, which commits 1% of our equity, our technology, and our peoples’ time to improving education, equality, and the environment for everyone. Today, more than 12,000 companies worldwide have joined us in our Pledge 1% movement.
Companies committed to the mission of InclusionHub: helping businesses prioritize digital inclusion and celebrating them when they do.