by Danielle Burns, Head of Business Development at CNote
After college, I started to work in a meaningful career and my passion began to shift towards creating an environment for myself that I could be proud of and fully support. I started to think more holistically about money. How would it contribute not only to my life but to the lives of others around me? I wanted my money to support both the tangible and intangible needs and desires. I also knew that I didn’t want to be defined by money whether in the red or black.
If you’ve read any of my previous blog posts, you may have noticed a trend. I tend to focus on the humanitarian side of SAP. And why not? It’s always a great thing to see a company the size of SAP use its resources in a way that benefits all of us. I’ve written about the Skills for Africa program that brings opportunity to hundreds of people who face crippling unemployment rates. I’ve touched on SAP’s initiative to train and hire people with autism – people who are generally not acknowledged for their skills and abilities.