Whether volunteering in company-sponsored events like Project Inspire and back-to-school activities, or through their personal efforts, NVIDIA employees are passionate about giving back to their communities. Three NVIDIANs who exemplify this spirit have recently had $1,000 grants awarded to their favorite charities by the NVIDIA Foundation, our employee-led corporate foundation. The awards are part of… Read More
Meet Sr. Manager, Global Citizenship
Liz has been at NVIDIA since 2001. After 10 years of managing marketing communications and campaigns for NVIDIA’s products, she now oversees philanthropy programs as part of the NVIDIA Foundation team. Liz received a degree in business administration from St. Mary’s College of California. When not working, she enjoys teaching and taking fitness classes, watching sports and traveling.
NVIDIA employees are passionate about education. It’s the top priority each year when the NVIDIA Foundation, our employee-led corporate foundation, asks how it should direct its funds. While educational support is provided all year long through tutoring and mentoring programs, “back to school” season is the time when NVIDIANs from around the world really put… Read More
[Updated 8/24/12: Corrected volunteer hours.] Modeling DNA with pipe cleaners and beads. Learning about Newton’s laws of motion using plastic bottles and straws. Creating electrical circuits with aluminum foil and cardboard. These are activities thousands of Silicon Valley students will engage in this school year thanks to the efforts of more than 500 NVIDIANs from… Read More
Four nonprofit groups doing transformative work in China, India and Ghana have each been awarded $50,000 grants by the NVIDIA Foundation, our employee-led global citizenship organization. The High Impact Grant Program is one of the Foundation’s biggest and most popular initiatives. From nominating organizations they’re passionate about to reviewing grant applications, our employees are engaged… Read More
NVIDIA is using its passion for visual computing to help a dedicated group of volunteers and teachers in Korea enhance the artistic experience for the visually impaired. Launched in partnership with the Korean Art Association for the Blind (KAAB) in 2010, the NVIDIA Touch Visual program trains college art majors as volunteers to work with… Read More
As we approach the one-year anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated northeastern Japan, we’re partnering with Mercy Corps to invest $2 million to help rebuild micro and small-sized businesses in the affected areas. NVIDIA and Mercy Corps, together with support from Tokyo-based PlaNet Finance Japan, will provide startup grants for new businesses, employment… Read More