Women’s History Month may be coming to a close, but women’s contributions to science never stop. At DuPont, we’re grateful for the women who are making history every day, and for their continued innovation, passion and dedication.
LogiTalk welcomes Aisha Bowe, a former NASA engineer turned Founder & CEO of STEMBoard. In honor of Women’s History Month, she speaks on her own journey as a community college student who broke the bias in becoming a woman leader in tech. Today her influence impacts students and colleagues of all backgrounds and pushes our world forward both in technical innovation and social equality.
To celebrate Women’s History Month in March, Cadence partnered with Girl Geek X for the second time to host another inspiring conference. This virtual, global event featured seven trailblazing leaders at Cadence, who provided motivational advice on women's empowerment and insights from their own unique experiences in technology.
As Women’s History Month comes to an end, we continue to reflect on the theme from International Women’s Day earlier this month – #BreakTheBias – because bias often creates a barrier for women to thrive. From identifying your own biases, to calling them out in others, let’s stay committed all year long to ensuring representation and visibility for women around the world.
Support for independent oil palm smallholder farmers has been a long-standing priority for Musim Mas. Since 2015, the company has been conducting training and providing assistance to smallholders to help them raise their productivity, acquire sustainable agricultural skills and the skills needed to gain access to financial services and supply chains.
In honor of Women’s History Month, Regions associates share their passion for organizations that support and uplift women, girls and families.
By Candace Higginbotham
Women’s History Month celebrates the contributions and the specific achievements women have made in a variety of fields across the country.
At Regions, we take part by highlighting contributions made by women to our society, our culture and our company. And we also want to inspire our associates and community members to get engaged with local organizations that support, promote and uplift women, girls and families.
As the USA celebrates Women’s History Month, EcoVadis reviews the progress achieved by companies throughout our global network with regard to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). To achieve gender equality, it is critical that companies continue to work to expand DEI best practices through global supply chains, and provide opportunities for employees of all genders, across sectors and geographies. EcoVadis ratings data reveals that 60% of companies have implemented policy commitments on DEI, but only 14% reported on their DEI progress in 2021.