Featuring Farrah Siddiqui, Manager of Trailhead Programs & Processes at Salesforce and Co-Founder and Global President of Faithforce, Salesforce's Interfaith Employee Resource Group (ERG)
Farah Siddiqui discusses how her experiences as a Pakistani Muslim woman in a primarily white, majority-Christian work context led her to co-found Faithforce, Salesforce’s thriving interfaith employee resource group (ERG). In addition to revealing what she believes has made Faithforce successful, Farah also touches on her own childhood, how she relates to others’ stories of seeking belonging, and the important steps employers can take to embrace religious diversity for the wellbeing of their employees.
Farah Siddiqui is the Manager of Trailhead Programs & Processes at Salesforce and the Co-Founder and Global President of Faithforce, Salesforce's Interfaith Employee Resource Group. She also serves on the board of Preemptive Love, a nonprofit committed to building peace between communities at odds, Syrian Community Network, a refugee & immigration support nonprofit, and the IL Muslim Civic Coalition, an organization promoting civic justice and working towards a more equitable and representative America.