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Welcome to SAP Women Forward

SAP #WomenForward is designed to help women realize and celebrate their full potential across business, cultures, and communities around the world.  Get a glimpse into our events and hear the perspectives of our participants. 

The power of technology to transform lives

The power of community

Supermodel, entrepreneur, and SAP brand partner Karlie Kloss shares how her scholarship program for young women got its start, the power of a collaborative and supportive community – and her commitment to creating opportunities for women to change their careers and build the technology that’s changing the world. 

Recent highlights

Equal Pay – more than just numbers

April 2nd marked Equal Pay day. Each year this date symbolizes how far into the year women need to work to earn the same as men earned in the previous year.  Find out how we can close the gap and make January 1st Equal Pay Day.

Best foot forward

On International Women’s Day, SAP, Under Armour, and Girl Scouts came together to give away more than 100 pairs of Curry 5 sneakers to the Girl Scouts of Central Texas troop, supporting their community outreach program and girls in need.

A PowHERful debut

Mixed media artist Markus Sebastino demonstrates the power of art to reach new audiences and inspire and advance the cause of gender equality. Learn more about SAP’s Gallery of Purpose and how this PowHERful piece came to life. 

Inspiring podcasts

A Call to Lead

Jen Morgan, president of SAP’s Cloud Business and executive board member, sits down for candid conversations with entrepreneurs, forward thinkers, and leaders about what it takes to lead in a constantly changing world.

No Man's Land

Check out this SAP-sponsored podcast series about women who were “too bad” for your textbooks.  Listen to these fascinating stories hosted by Alexis Coe, in-house historian at The Wing.

Join our community

SAP’s Women Forward network brings together professionals in high tech and other industries and those who support women’s issues to help drive awareness, share knowledge, and build skills to succeed in the digital era.

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