Every Zapprovian adds a unique perspective to our team and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
From volunteer events to company celebrations, Zapprovians care about each other and the community.
We love our LGBTQ+ community all year round and look forward to being a part of the PRIDE celebration every June.
Virtual celebrations, Halloween pet costume contests, passionate Slack channels, and virtual karaoke are just a few of the ways we stay connected when we can’t be together in person.
Our chic Slabtown headquarters is LEED Gold Certified and we run a green office so we can be proud of the space we work in.
#BlackLivesMatter. Whenever possible, we support businesses owned by BIPOC individuals, women, and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Our community partners make us better. Together, we support equitable access and representation in technology.
Self-care is Zapproved care. Our flexible work from home model, interactive wellness challenges, and robust benefits empower us to work better.
We are committed to meaningful representation
- Among executive leadership, 60% are women
- Our five-person Board of Directors is comprised of three women (including Chairman of the Board) and two people of color
- Our workforce is comprised of 44% women and 56% men with 20% self identifying as BIPOC
- Our dedicated Manager of Workplace Experience, Diversity & Inclusion coordinates recurring DE&I employee training sessions with local, regional and national thought leaders
- We were recognized for our DE&I programs by the Technology Association of Oregon with their 2020 Inclusive Innovation award
Our vibrant community makes us stronger
The events we host and support are free and open to the public, because we believe that with the help of our community, we can make real, lasting change. Join us for an upcoming equity and inclusion event.
We’re not talking about the physical activity of exercise (although that does all sorts of great things for you) but the act of moving our bodies. Our bodies are meant to move and the last year we asked them to sit.
Join us for a talk with movement enthusiast and educator, Allison Jacks as she offers us a new way to think about how we move through our day and through the world.
The demands and challenges on many of us today feel heavier than ever. How do we lighten them now?
More and more of us are waking up to our internal and collective traumas. The status quo is not working.
Join us as we add insights and tactics to our toolkit that allow us to make space for our individual and shared traumas — and ultimately liberate ourselves and others.
Changing the negative reputation of hard conversations.
Does the word accountability make you cringe? Sound like some sort of punishment?
This will be a discussion about how accountability can be a really positive gift that is the secret sauce to change-making.
Together We Thrive
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