Many stories, one voice
Join us this Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 to October 15, as we celebrate the strength, resilience, and many voices of our Hispanic and Latinx community.
Meet Stephanie Martinez
A proud Chicana from the Central Valley in California, Stephanie Martinez has worked endlessly during the pandemic empowering educators and students globally and around the area she grew up in.
Meet Chris Mateo
Chris Mateo is a proud Afro-Latino on his journey to understanding what being Latino truly means. When embracing our differences and the connectedness felt by being Latino, Mateo believes, we are then able to embrace ourselves.
Meet Gema Beltran
After moving to the US from Cuba at a young age, Gema Beltran had to overcome many biases on her journey to being a self-taught software engineer. Beltran has become a role model for not just Latinos, but also for women interested in STEM.
Meet Joey Cruz
Committed to being an ally and making everyone around him feel included, Joey Cruz is a proud Latino and Marine. His mission is to create a community open to all, helping everyone feel welcomed and heard.
Meet TECHNOLOchicas of Microsoft
Hear the stories of Latina tech professionals at Microsoft who turn their experiences and diverse backgrounds into tools of inspiration for young girls.
El Paso Strong Hackathon
Teams worked for 36 hours straight to develop solutions to problems in the areas of safety, community, or education -- using technology to transform tragedy into empowerment.
Microsoft Latinx blog
Hola, Oi, Hello, Bienvenidos! Welcome to a dedicated space to share in the passions, achievements, ideas, and stories of Latinx culture.
Standing with the Dreamers
A Supreme Court ruling upholds DACA and the rights of the nation’s Dreamers in a case supported by Microsoft.
Shop Microsoft en Español
Get the latest and greatest from Microsoft, including Surface, Office, Xbox, accessories, and more.
Latinx employees drive inclusion
Hispanic Heritage Month at Microsoft is brought to you by our HOLA (Hispanic/Latinx Organization of Leaders in Action) employee resource group.
GDP among US Latinos increased to $2.3 trillion in 2017, up from $1.7 trillion in 2010, making Latinos a critical foundation of support for the new American Economy. (Source: CNBC 2019)
For the first time, Hispanics will be the largest racial or ethnic minority group in the US electorate in 2020, accounting for just over 13 percent of eligible voters. (Source: Pew Research Center 2019)
The 2020 Census is expected to find that the US Hispanic population is more than 62 million individuals or 19 percent of the US total population. (Source: US Census Bureau)