Kathy Mulvany

 Kathy Mulvaney

Head of Global Impact

Kathy is the Head of Global Impact for ServiceNow, the digital workflow company making work, work better for people.  Kathy’s longtime focus on building programs and initiatives that deliver social, environmental and business benefit drives her passion and commitment to create positive global impact for ServiceNow’s employees, customers and communities worldwide. 

Prior to joining ServiceNow in November 2019, Kathy was Vice President, Corporate Affairs/Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at Cisco where she elevated the company’s CSR leadership through a broad spectrum of global programs and partnerships including Cisco Networking Academy operations, environmental sustainability, CSR marketing, the World Economic Forum, the Cisco Foundation and public benefit investment. 


  • How we’re bridging the digital divide
    Business Impact
    Closing the digital divide in our own backyard
    12-17-2020
  • ServiceNow increases its committement to COVID-19 relief
    COVID-19
    ServiceNow increases its commitment to COVID-19 relief
    04-13-2020

Featured

  • Life at Now
    ServiceNow Tokyo's secret to success - openness
    If there’s one rule that the ServiceNow Tokyo sales team lives by, it’s: bring your ideas to the table. “Everyone wants to contribute,” says Masashi Murase, vice president and managing director of ServiceNow’s Tokyo office. Read more about this successful high-growth team.
  • Life at Now
    Team Hyderabad: Where developers love the learning curve
    Discover more about how our developers in Hyderabad have been able to consistently deliver innovative products and features to our customers.
  • Now on Now
    Employees are on board with onboarding
    ServiceNow welcomes new hires to the family with an onboarding platform that combines all tasks, including cross-functional workflows, and relevant information in a single experience. New hires say the experience—almost fully digital—strongly reflects ServiceNow’s positive culture.

Trends & Research

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