“It’s pretty cool not to feel like I’m just one voice.”

Clara Mansilha and a coworker started an environmental sustainability movement at their local office—inspiring other employees around the world. 

Working for a worldwide company has been an incredible opportunity because I get to connect with different people who have different perspectives—and then be able to work together, across the world, to build something bigger.

That’s what I’m doing now with our employee sustainability community. By coming together with employees in other countries who care about environmental causes, I get a chance to work with people who share my passion and then learn from each other.

It’s pretty cool not to feel like I’m just one voice. Even if I was just one voice, I’d still continue to speak about it and not stop! But it’s reassuring to know I’m not alone.—Clara Mansilha, from Porto, Portugal

A man lays on a hammock with his children, a boy and a girl, who hang their legs over his lap

“I’m part of something that’s so much bigger than me.”

Chief environmental officer Lucas Joppa's childhood playground was a forest. No TV. No computers. Now, he's betting our planet’s future on technology.
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“I came across a piece of testimony and thought, ‘Well, that’s not what I expected!'”

As a teenager in small village, Sergio Matos never imagined how another person’s story would shape his own.
Two men in a judo pose

“Judo has helped me learn how to manage my life with diplomacy.”

José Pedro Ramos’ “judo family” teaches him lessons that carry over to the workplace.
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“These are the lessons my mother and father passed on to me—to help others feel valued and loved.”

Rita Picarra watched her parents dedicate their life’s work to making sure everyone felt supported, included, and seen—a legacy that she carries forward with responsibility and pride.