Before joining Workday in May, Dingle spent two years at Visa, where she helped implement an Unconscious Bias Training program for executives, established a diversity council in Visa’s Asia Pacific region, and executed a company-wide International Women’s Day effort, with more than 27 offices participating through various events.
She’s excited to bring all that great experience to Workday. “Our Belonging & Diversity function is critical in terms of helping define the kind of company we are,” she says. “Workday is such a great place for someone in my role because of our special culture—there is a noticeable desire by every Workmate I meet to help advance these efforts.”
“I want Workday to be the company everyone wants to go work for because they’ve heard about our great culture of belonging,” Dingle says. “I want to help educate our Workmates that diversity isn’t just gender and ethnicity—we are all a part of diversity. When you’re a software company, things are constantly evolving and you can’t evolve by remaining the same. Our products evolve, our people evolve, and that is how we’ll stay dynamic and successful as a company.”