BlueCat employees overwhelmingly reported that they felt BlueCat prioritized their health and mental wellness in a year defined by COVID-19 and a sudden shift to remote work.
On the heels of these accolades, BlueCat is also announcing the promotion of Cheryl Kerrigan to Chief People Officer.
Under Kerrigan’s leadership, BlueCat has demonstrated an industry-leading commitment to mental wellness, organizational transparency, diversity, belonging, inclusion, and more.
Currently, Kerrigan is the executive sponsor for BlueCat’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) council, which is made up of employees from around the company with the mission of using education to inspire a more inclusive workplace.
“We’re collaborative in making things better across the organization, whether that pertains to diversity and inclusion efforts, mental health-supportive initiatives, or engagement and wellness activities. The more we conduct real and sometimes uncomfortable conversations across the board, the more we’re able to provide our team with the support needed to thrive both within and outside of their roles,” said Kerrigan.
Moving forward, BlueCat will continue to uphold its commitment to transparency and wellbeing across all facets of the organization and continue to invest in company-wide DEI education and programs that benefit each employee.