UNIDOS is an associate-led group that represents the Hispanic and Latin community at Gartner.
Founded at Gartner in September 2022, UNIDOS is dedicated to the education, partnership and support of our Hispanic and Latin associates, and allies around the world.
UNIDOS is Spanish for altogether, and its mission is to provide a safe, open space for our community to come together, share binding experiences and, as a company, attract, retain and grow careers while promoting our culture and heritage. As a fairly new associate-led group, their goal is to continue to grow their reach so more Gartner associates can find a voice in UNIDOS.
Not wanting to waste a moment, UNIDOS has already created engagement opportunities for Gartner associates, putting together events such as panel discussions on topics including being an analyst, parenting while living abroad, and what it takes to maintain Latin culture and language. Also, more relaxed events, such as coffee chats and FIFA World Cup predictor challenges, are all aimed at engaging the Hispanic and Latin Gartner community to help confront essential topics and issues together. Learn more about UNIDOS from some of its members below.
“When I think about what community means to me, it means having adequate support, resources and drive in order to grow as an individual but also as part of a collective. When joining a new organization, it is important to me to find that community immediately in order to have that sense of community.” - Jessica M., Client Success Partner
“Gartner provides world-class support to its associates, and I wanted to build on that by joining UNIDOS. UNIDOS has become a family for me at Gartner, and a great way to build strong relationships and learn about parts of the organization that as a researcher I don’t work with on a regular basis.” - Alejandro Z., Research Specialist
“My biggest take-away is the diversity of our people. Being part of UNIDOS gives a light on all the perspectives in our community which I love to see.” - Jenn M., Lead Qualifying Specialist
“I have learned different ways of looking at things through the lens of others who have been in my shoes, and how they have overcome challenges in their personal life and in the workplace. I look forward to continuing to learn with and from my colleagues across the organization.”- Lesly P., Recruiter
National Hispanic Heritage Month is annually celebrated from September 15 to October 15, and we will host events highlighting our Hispanic and Latin community, culture, achievements and history!