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Bobbie Travis
Bobbie Travis

Bobbie Travis is an innovative leader at Splunk, Inc., who has over 15 years of experience scaling strategic business initiatives, developing operational procedures, and streamlining processes in the technology and financial industry. Bobbie’s passion for change within the diversity, equity, and inclusion space has evolved into her serving as the Vice President of Splunk’s Black employee resource group, BEAMs. She produces educational programming centered on cultural awareness and she is a key voice in driving equitable change in Splunk and society.

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A Global Day of Service: Building Community Resilience Drives Social Impact

On Friday, March 17, 2023, the Black Employees Achieve More at Splunk (BEAMS) and Womxn+ Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) partnered to host Splunk’s first-ever Global Day of Service.
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Rise, Village Rise! Growing Through the Black Experience

The BEAMS (Black Employees Achieve More @ Splunk) ERG honored Black History Month (BHM) and showed that our village is stronger as a united community and still vital to our success today.
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Splunk's Black Employees and Mentors ERG at Brothers Code 2022

When Splunkers have an opportunity to do meaningful work within their communities, they always answer the call.
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How Splunk’s Black Employees and Mentors ERG Turned Data into Doing at Tech Slam Austin

Splunk’s BEAMs ERG and allies turned data into doing by participating in a volunteer opportunity: Tech Slam Formula 1 event to showcase Splunk products to underrepresented youth and bridge the opportunity gap.
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Splunk 2022 HBCU Academic Scholarship Winners

We're thrilled to share Splunk's second annual HBCU Scholarship Winners for 2022.
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Splunk Legal Global Affairs Donates $10K to Technology & Entrepreneurship Clinic - Southern University Law Center

Splunk's Legal Global Affairs department recognized their own Commercial Legal Counsel, Trenika Fields-Smith, for being honored as a Distinguished Alum by her alma mater, Southern University Law Center (SULC), a historically Black Law School, with a $10K donation to the school's Technology & Entrepreneurship program.