Inclusion is Innovation: Women's Community
At Microsoft, we believe different perspectives lead to a brighter future. Discover stories of innovation and inspiration from Microsoft employees and artists.
Funmi Omoliki is a Data and AI specialist who believes in the power of storytelling, and our collective power to transform society. Discover her story, illustrated by artist Dai Ruiz.
Showing up and taking action
Microsoft Security Senior Product Manager and entrepreneur Lisa Huang-North pulls from her multicultural upbringing to foster community for people who identify as Asian American and Pacific Islander.
Gaming for change
Senior Direct Sales Associate and HOLA member Lilia Fratini blends her love of gaming and technology with her commitment to community through building more access to STEM learning opportunities for kids.
Balancing career, motherhood, and personal purpose
HR Business Partner and mom of two, Estefania (Fany) Canosa advocates for women taking on new challenges both in the workplace and on the homefront.
Accountable for progress
Responsibility and accountability require action, not just promises. We leverage our platform to improve lived experiences at Microsoft and beyond—exercising the same commitment we bring to all we do.
Microsoft has been a signatory to the UN’s Global Compact Women’s Empowerment Principles since 2010, committing our corporate action to the global advancement of women in the workplace, marketplace, and community.
Inspiring the future
Microsoft’s DigiGirlz program has provided free technology education and interactive experiences to over 62,500 girls worldwide.
Invested in equity
At Microsoft, US women employees earn $1.007 total pay for every $1.000 earned by employees who are men and have the same job title and level and considering tenure.
The number of women at Partner + Executive and Director levels across Microsoft’s global core workforce has more than doubled since 2018, and women also now account for 32.7% of Microsoft’s broader global workforce.