As Vice President of Corporate Affairs, Kathy Mulvany helps steward Cisco's corporate social responsibility (CSR) vision of multiplying impact through collaborative people and technology networks. She drives awareness of Cisco’s social investment programs in education, healthcare, economic development, and critical human needs. Programs include Cisco Networking Academy, one of the largest education programs in the world, recognized globally for its innovative approach to providing ICT skills education to more than 1 million concurrent students in over 165 countries. She oversees all grants from both the Cisco Foundation and Cisco Corporate to NGO partners such as Inveneo, Grameen Foundation, One Global Economy, Teachers without Borders, and NetHope. She manages Cisco’s CSR reporting and stakeholder engagement as well as partnering with Cisco functional leaders to provide feedback and guidance on emerging CSR issues. Ms. Mulvany also oversees Cisco’s strategic partnerships with the Clinton Global Initiative and the World Economic Forum.
Ms. Mulvany earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and English from the University of California, Berkeley.