Wahamiaji katika Uber
Jumuiya ya Uber kwa wahamiaji
Our mission is to help build a more inclusive Uber by providing a welcoming forum for new immigrants and to promote cross-cultural learnings.
Providing support, advocacy, and a safe place for employee immigrants with needs and anxieties associated with living and working under a visa. Supporting the immersion of recent immigrants.
Developing talent and providing career guidance for professional success through mentoring roundtables, public speaking and communication skills-building, and career development fireside chats with Uber leadership.
Culture and community
Creating and fostering happiness and inclusiveness at Uber with global cultural and community events to increase and enhance cross-cultural learning and understanding.
Collaborating with other Uber ERGs and community nonprofits to foster partnerships and create impact within the broader community.
Senior Software Engineer
Rejected in the H-1B lottery 3 times in a row, I converted to work in H-4 visa finally and would like to help other immigrants go through these problems. My proudest moment at Uber was the time the team launched a new-generation user authentication system. The goal of making Uber user accounts more secure makes me excited to come to work each day.
Public speaking communities
Immigrants at Uber started 2 Toastmasters clubs at Uber, with active membership forming in Palo Alto and San Francisco. Toastmasters provides robust support for speaking, communication, and leadership skills for participants.
The Immigrants at Uber ERG hosts quarterly Mentoring over Lunch events. We invite Executive Mentors hosting roundtable chats with mentees. This was a globally distributed event, with sessions held in India, Mexico, Poland, Saudi Arabia and in the US.
Legal insight sessions
Immigrants at Uber hosts regular Visa with Chai Samosa sessions. We invite lawyers from Uber’s legal partnership and experts from Uber’s immigration team to provide updates and Q&A for members. This builds the bridge for Uber employees to address their concerns and questions.
We also focus on the greater good at Uber outside our core membership. On Veterans Day 2018, our ERG did a project to honor all Uber veteran employees by helping to fly a US flag in each employee’s honor at the US Capitol. The flags were presented to the employees.