The nation’s top employers for women know that cultivating a culture that’s beneficial to women is an ongoing process. Even Hallmark—where 83% of employees, 40% of senior managers and 75% of board members are women—must work at it every day.
Once upon a time, the concept of “purpose” was de rigueur at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. It was threaded through just about every conversation, panel and presentation. Increasingly, that required conversation has shifted to gender equality, diversity and inclusion. That doesn’t mean that purpose has taken a back seat, but the discussion around purpose has been modified and when it’s discussed, the examples appear more meaningful, transparent, and true to an organization’s DNA.
Seeking ways to recruit and foster career development for women is important to Freeport-McMoRan, as women historically have been underrepresented in the mining sector. Women serve in key management roles within Freeport-McMoRan, including the Chief Financial Officer and two members of the Board of Directors, while an additional 280 women hold manager-level or higher positions.
Ebony Thomas embodies the concept that the status quo is made to be broken. Thomas, a senior associate at Booz Allen Hamilton, exhibits a commitment to reach for higher goals. The Network Journal took notice as they named her to the 2018 List of “40 Under Forty” Dynamic Achievers.
Creates network of partners to launch the UPS Women Exporter Program which will provide capacity, expertise and funding to women entrepreneurs
ATLANTA, July 12, 2018 /3BL Media/ - The UPS Foundation, which leads the global citizenship programs for UPS (NYSE:UPS), announced it will award over $10 million in grants to advance diversity and inclusion programs this year. The grants will be awarded to 44 different organizations. They will help support programs focused on economic empowerment, education/scholarships, work training, and social and gender equality.
DALLAS, July 10, 2018 /3BL Media/ - The Texas Diversity Council is proud to announce the 2018 Dallas Power 50 Awardees, a definitive list of female executives, influencers and achievers impacting various industries in Corporate America.
“The 2018 Power 50 Award highlights the most extraordinary female leaders in the Dallas area,” said Dennis Kennedy, Founder and Chair of the National Diversity Council. “We are honored to recognize such distinguished women who exemplify business excellence and prove that women deserve a seat at the table.”