In this episode, we are joined by Facebook's Global Head of Multicultural Communications, Sonia Sroka. A proud immigrant and Latina, Sonia shares her personal philosophies as a powerhouse in the tech field. We discuss everything from Facebook's diversity efforts, support of small businesses during a global pandemic, to informed civic engagement. Plus, we share critical election resources. It was an honor to learn from Sonia, the lessons of her upbringing, and her winning spirit. Tune in for a moving message on Latinx pride and progress and find important details on how to get voter-ready before a historic election.
More on our exceptional guest:
Sonia is an award-winning communications leader. In her position, Sonia is responsible for the strategy and execution of campaigns to educate and inspire multiethnic and multilingual people about Facebook’s products and tools. A proud Salvadoran (Salvadoreña), she also serves as the official Spanish-language spokesperson for Facebook sharing information in-language and in-culture.
Sonia was recently named one of People en Español’s 25 Most Powerful Women. She was also named in PRWeek’s “40 Under 40” list and was added to Diversity Journal's "Women Worth Watching" list. LATINA Style magazine branded her “Latina Executive of the Year.” Most recently, Sonia helped place Facebook as one of the top 5 companies demonstrating great effort to support Diversity and Inclusion in the Latino Community within Silicon Valley.