Pride at ServiceNow: Honoring our LGBTQ+ employees


Pride at ServiceNow: Honoring LGBTQ+ employees

Happy Pride!

At ServiceNow, we champion equality, and we actively foster an inclusive workplace. We believe diversity makes our business better in every way and that, when you can bring your full self to work, you’re bound to be a more productive and satisfied employee.

Our Pride at Now Belonging Group creates a safe space for LGBTQ+ employees and their allies to feel supported and at home within our company while providing a platform for their voices to be heard.

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As we celebrate the progress made toward full equality all around the world, it’s important to recognize the work that lies ahead. We know that in many communities there remain societal norms and laws preventing LGBTQ+ people from being able to safely marry the person they love, raise a family, be open at work, rent an apartment, or simply walk down the street.

In this first of a two-part video series, we’re honored to share the stories of a few of our LGBTQ+ employees who are making a difference at our company and in their communities by showing up as their authentic selves every day. Powerful stories like these and ongoing, honest dialogue are important contributions toward building a more inclusive world.

"As a lesbian black woman in the technology industry, my identity is so unique because when people see me, they only see one side. And I only allow certain people to see the other side of me when I feel comfortable." Stephanie T., Senior Federal Support Account Manager, ServiceNow


We all bring with us multiple stories, identities, and experiences that shape who we are, and these LGBTQ+ ServiceNow employees share that reality beautifully. Asha H. says she didn’t always feel comfortable being fully herself at work, until now. She says, “I really like the Pride at Now group because it makes me feel connected to other people who have similar experiences to me.”

Tai N., who shares his story about growing up in a hardworking immigrant family, credits his parents for teaching him that it's OK to be different and that his identity shouldn’t hold him back from having the same things as others.

Stephanie T. reveals she has to come out often because people automatically assume she’s straight when they see her wedding ring.

 

To our employees who bravely shared their stories, thank you for being you.

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