A message from Gregg Coccari: Udemy's Social Impact

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A message from Gregg Coccari: Udemy's Social Impact

Community Manager
Community Manager

Hello everyone,


I’m excited to announce that today Udemy published its inaugural “Social Impact Report” and I want to take this moment to thank you all for your commitment to improving millions of lives around the globe by sharing your expertise on Udemy.


The report spotlights so many individuals and organizations who have increased access to learning as a result of your hard work. The stories within the report are a testament to our joint commitment to provide flexible, effective skill development to empower organizations and individuals around the globe. 


Positive societal impact is ingrained in our business model and we know that education lifts individuals, and in turn, lifts societies. When you teach with Udemy, you create new possibilities for millions of learners across the world. 


Thank you for sharing your knowledge with the world. Whether you just launched your first course or you already have thousands of students, we’re excited to partner together to improve lives through learning.



Community Champion Community Champion
Community Champion

A great reminder that we instructors are part of something much bigger with Udemy, and something that touches more lives than we can imagine in a positive way.


Just this week, I've heard from students who landed jobs at Google and Amazon who credited one of my courses for it, and substantially improved their lives as a result. Udemy lets us earn a living by helping people around the world, and that's a rare thing.


This is a terrific ESG report. I know someone who is developing a course for Udemy on ESG. I will encourage her to use this in the course.


Storyteller Storyteller

Great, thank you!

Specialist Specialist

Very nice 👍
Feels good to know that I am now a part of something, that is not just about making stockholders richer, but also about improving the lives of so many, including the underprivileged !