Event RaicesCon 2024 Conference starts on Sep 27, 2024, 12:00:00 PM (America/New_York)
Building Culture and Comunidad at Crowdstrike
25 Minute Solo Talk
Location: Track 2 Room - 9/27/24, 2:45 PM - 9/27/24, 3:10 PM (America/New_York) (25 minutes)
Building Culture and Comunidad at Crowdstrike
Alexandra Gomez
Intelligence Analyst at Crowdstrike
520-313-8649
Alexandra Gomez
Intelligence Analyst at Crowdstrike
520-313-8649

Alexandra is a data-driven cyber intelligence analyst leveraging has over 8 years of experience in the tech industry. She has two years of dedicated intelligence experience at CrowdStrike where she supports customer intelligence requirements and reporting. Prior to that, she worked at Cisco leading IT Vendor Management analytics and IT Service Management reviews.


Join us as we introduce you to Comunidad de CrowdStrike, an employee resource group that focuses on promoting Latino culture within our organization. We will outline several key events the group has hosted over the year, and the impact of those events have had across our business units. The presentation leaders will also share their experiences as officers in this group and other efforts to increase cultural awareness in a global cybersecurity company.

What will the audience get out of this amazing talk?

Ideas and strategies for promoting the Latino culture within an organization, specifically in a global cybersecurity firm.

Any Additional Information you would like of CFP committee to know about your Talk? 

Like Raices Cyber, Comunidad is the CrowdStrike Employee Resource Group for Hispanic, Latino, Latina, LatinX and our allies. We would like to share our efforts and learn from other efforts at the conference, bringing back ideas that can help us and the community.


Reimagining the Future: Empowering Latino Cybersecurity Professionals


Welcome to RaicesCon24, the premier annual cybersecurity conference organized by RaicesCyber.org! Join us for an immersive and enlightening experience as we explore the latest trends, innovations, and challenges in the ever-evolving field of cybersecurity, with a special focus on the Hispanic, Latino, Latina, and LatinX community.