At Getty Images, nearly half our workforce and a third of our senior leaders and executive team are women who lean in – with passion and talent – to bring work by inspiring and gifted photographers, filmmakers, illustrators and musicians to the world’s attention. Our customers in the media and creative fields use this content to inform, entertain, educate and inspire, and as Lean In’s digital content partner, we’re proud that our resources will help inspire women to pursue their ambitions.
Girl Power Up is a new nonprofit organization committed to developing more women leaders by encouraging girls to educate and empower themselves! Our programs focus on developing leadership skills at an early age while promoting the significance of women leaders in the community, throughout corporations, and as entrepreneurs. Girls…Power Up!
10x10 is devoted to educating girls around the world. We understand the transformative power of education in a girl’s life, and the enduring impact it has not only on her, but on her family and community. Together, we can spur transformative change. Everyone should be a part of this revolution.
2020 Women on Boards is a national campaign to increase the percentage of women who serve on US company boards to 20% or greater by 2020. Engaging thousands of supporters throughout the world, we are leaning in to promote the advancement of women to the highest ranks in American business.
Late 2013, realizing the competitive business advantages a diverse workforce can provide, 3M leaders kicked off a more focused and determined effort to accelerate the inclusion and advancement of women worldwide. 3M's new approach tackles common barriers: preparing women to drive career advancement, changing the culture of the company, and creating opportunities for increased interaction with influential leaders. Key to 3M's success is a vibrant new Women's Leadership Forum to engage people everywhere in the opportunity, and ultimately make 3M the greatest place for women (and men) to work.
Dawn McGinley, Global Leader & Strategist, 3M Women's Leadership Forum
500 Startups is leaning in because we have invested in over 70 women founders – featuring many successful CEOs – such as Victoria Ramson from WildfireApp. Not only are we investing, but we have also made a call to all other women to invest and support each other; so far, over 100 women have committed.
99designs is leaning in because we believe everyone, regardless of gender, should have equal access to opportunities in entrepreneurship and beyond. Our graphic design platform empowers thousands of female entrepreneurs around the world – from independent designers to small business owners to executives – by providing critical resources they need to succeed.
It is the fundamental incompatibility of family and career inherent in today's system of employment and work practices that keeps so many young and well-trained women from being successful. Women will have to lean in and fight for a change. Our initiative A.T. Kearney 361°– The Reinvention of the Family is actively supporting and encouraging them to do so.
Dr. Martin Sonnenschein, Managing Director Central Europe
AARP is committed to cultivating and highlighting strong leaders, from entry level to the executive team. We are excited to integrate Lean In's educational materials and community connections into our organization's training portfolio.
Accenture is leaning in by encouraging and supporting our women as they create individual paths that work for them. We recognize their definitions will change over time, and we strive to support their journeys through our ongoing commitment to development and advancement.
We believe that when girls and women are empowered, the world is better off. This is why our female-founded company generates funding for girls sports organizations around the world, improving girls' health, well-being and confidence. We also seek opportunities to empower the members of our team to recognize and develop their strengths and passions.
Now more than ever, women's talents, productivity and voices are greatly needed in business and society. We are committed to building and strengthening the pipeline of female leaders through our systems-based work with ambitious women and progressive employers.
Diversity in the workplace is a global focus for AGCO. Diversity allows our company and all our employees – both male and female – to thrive and programs such as AGCO Global Women's Network (AGWN) are central to that effort.
Lucinda Smith, Senior Vice President, Global Business Services