SAP Silicon Valley Marches with Millions to Run Prouder
The 45th Annual San Francisco Pride Parade brought millions together in celebration of the Supreme Court ruling of Marriage Equality. On Sunday, June 28, SAP Silicon Valley marched with more than 300 employees, friends, and family in what has been named the largest San Francisco Pride Parade in history.
For SAP, this year was particularly special, as it was our first time ever participating in a Pride event. Pride@SAP, a global LGBT employee network, joined forces in Berlin and San Francisco to #RunProuder. The Pride@SAP North America group, led by Moya Watson and her team, George Teixiera, David Horwitz, and Erika Jackson, were hugely successful in SAP’s inaugural participation of Pride.
For a bigger picture of SAP Silicon Valley’s participation in Pride, check out the links below.
- Photo highlights on SAPsv SmugMug
- SAP employee stories from Frederic PageNicholas Parker
- Also, the Pride@SAP story has been featured on ForbesSAP News, and SCN Business Trends
Thank you to the Pride@SAP team who made this incredible event come to life, Jenny Dearborn for graciously leading the march, and Scott Leatherman, Vice President SAP Silicon Valley, for making this all possible. We will continue to #RunProuder.
Winner of the SAP Silicon Valley #RunProuder Twitter Contest
Congratulations to Pam Dunn, Director, SAP Strategic Ecosystem Marketing.