These 900+ Companies are leaning in to support female leadership

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Programs

U.S. Bank supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UBUHLE HR

“When you empower women you empower nations.”

Liza Gresse, Senior Executive

Programs

UBUHLE HR supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UC Davis GSM Women in Leadership

“UC Davis Graduate School of Management is leaning in to lead by example. The GSM continues to have the highest percentage of full-time women faculty, 42%, among the top 100 B-schools in the world. GSM Women in Leadership is committed to creating leadership opportunities for women through mentorship and networking.”

Yoyo Wu, President

Programs

UC Davis GSM Women in Leadership supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UCLU Leading Women Society

“We are a student society at UCL. Our society aims to inspire members of all gender identities to strive for the careers they deserve, and to educate conventional leaders about the benefits and necessity of creating more diverse and balanced work environments. ”

Daisy Clague, Society President

Programs

UCLU Leading Women Society supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UCLU Women in Finance Society

“UCLU Women in Finance Society was founded in December 2012 by two female students who recognised the challenges of breaking into the financial industry as young female graduates. It is clear that there is a shortage of women in the financial industry. We believe that with more guidance and information, we can reduce the gap between men and women. UCLU Women in Finance Society aims to educate, equip and empower students through talks, workshops, and networking, and instill confidence in fellow female students, to help them realise their opportunities and live up to their full potentials. ”

Victoria Vuong , President of UCLU Women in Finance

Programs

UCLU Women in Finance Society supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UJA-Federation of New York

Programs

UJA-Federation of New York supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Uncò

“Every day, we tell a new story about entrepreneurial individuals, who have made a living out of jobs they created themselves.”

Alessio Sartore, Publisher

Programs

Uncò supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Unilever

“Diversity and inclusion at Unilever is about harnessing the value of different personalities, viewpoints, cultures, races, genders, work styles, mindsets and all the other differences amongst us as individuals. The real value is found when employees and leaders embrace these endless differences and channel them into positive business benefits. Becoming a truly diverse and inclusive company is not only just the right thing to do, but it’s crucial to helping us reach our target of doubling the size of our business while reducing our environmental impact. We believe having a gender-balanced and inclusive workforce that is reflective of our consumer base is critical to our long-term growth strategy. ”

Amita Dholakia Chaudhury, Global Diversity & Inclusion Director

Programs

Unilever supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Union Pacific Railroad

Programs

Union Pacific Railroad supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

United Health Group

“We want the diversity of our employee population to match the diversity of our customer population. ”

Jeff Alter, CEO, United Healthcare Commercial Group

Programs

United Health Group supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

United Nations Institute for Training and Research - UNITAR

Programs

United Nations Institute for Training and Research - UNITAR supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC)

“The USHCC is committed to working with the business community to LeanIn. It is critical that more women join the top leadership ranks of the private and public sectors - strengthening our institutions and improving America's prospects for a prosperous future. LeanIn will provide invaluable tools, resources and support to empower women and we are proud to be part of this important effort.”

Javier Palomarez, President & CEO

Programs

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

United Way of Anderson County

“Community is what makes the difference. The community we live in, the community we work in, the community that supports us.”

naomi asher, executive director

Programs

United Way of Anderson County supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

United Women in Business Foundation

Shayla Steward, National President

Programs

United Women in Business Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UnityPoint Health

Programs

UnityPoint Health supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UniversalGiving

Pamela , Hawley

Programs

UniversalGiving supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

University of California, Santa Cruz

Programs

University of California, Santa Cruz supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

University of North Carolina

“The challenges and opportunities in front of Intercollegiate Athletics today need the full investment of talented, curious, hard-working people in order to create the best paths forward. We can't afford to have any group of people excluded from the conversations based on gender, race or other identity class. We must be proactive about reaching out and reducing barriers in order to have every critical voice at the table. ”

Dr. Nicki Moore, Senior Associate Athletics Director, SWA

Programs

University of North Carolina supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine

Programs

University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UrbanSitter

“UrbanSitter provides mothers with the support network they need to lean in to their careers and goals by enabling them to quickly find and book trusted babysitters. The 6-person UrbanSitter executive team includes five mothers of young children. We're helping to "change the ratio" both within our company and beyond.”

Jessica Steel, President

Programs

UrbanSitter supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Programs

UrbanTrans supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UserTesting

Programs

UserTesting supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

USI Insurance Services

“In the insurance brokerage industry, USI is taking the lead and encouraging women to Lean In and pursue positions of influence. In our regional practice, we strive to facilitate an open and engaging work environment in which all employees feel valuable, equal, and worthy of a seat at the table.”

Robert Reers, President, USI New York

Programs

USI Insurance Services supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UW System Women and Science Program

“We envision a future in which education in the STEM disciplines is accessible and attractive to diverse students resulting in STEM fields enriched by diverse practitioners. The mission of the Women and Science Program is to attract and retain more women and minority students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by promoting systematic changes in the ways that science and science education are regarded and carried out within the University of Wisconsin System, the Wisconsin community and beyond.”

Jennifer Schuttlefield Christus, Director

Programs

UW System Women and Science Program supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

valley radiology

Programs

valley radiology supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Vamos Abroad

“Vamos Abroad works with graduates and professionals who want to kick-start their careers abroad. We are based in Valencia, Spain and we see a lack of opportunities and challenges for women every day. We have started Lean In Valencia to do our bit to change that.”

Birgit Sammer, Co-Founder & Managing Director

Programs

Vamos Abroad supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Vantiv

“At Vantiv, we believe that recruiting, empowering, rewarding and promoting women at all levels of the organization is critical to delivering on our promise to our stakeholders, including customers and employees. This belief is expressed in our company values: Take action. Take ownership. Do the right thing. Work together.”

Moira Tamayo, Senior Vice President of Marketing

Programs

Vantiv supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Verdiani

“The word needs women in this business, needs women empowerment and gender equality and a partnership with Lean In even if mine is a small business means a step towards this achievement.”

Roberto Verdiani, CEO

Programs

Verdiani supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Veritas Health Organization

“Veritas Health is the parent company of award-winning Spine-health.com and Arthritis-health.com, websites dedicated to providing quality healthcare information to patients. Our CEO, Stephanie Burke, helps women who are ready to "opt back in" by giving them a chance to re-launch their careers.”

Stephanie Burke, CEO

Programs

Veritas Health Organization supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Verizon

“Verizon is leaning in because we believe empowering women at all levels of our business is critical to our long-term success. We honor women’s contributions by investing in their development and providing opportunities for professional growth.”

Tami Erwin, VP & CMO

Programs

Verizon supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Vinted

“Vinted is the peer to peer marketplace for preloved women clothing and kids items where woman and parents can additionally bond and support each other while redefining their identity as a woman.”

Günes Seyfarth, Head of Parents Community

Programs

Vinted supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Virgin America

“Virgin America is leaning in because, as an airline created to reinvent domestic flying in the U.S, it’s critical that we bring in the best talent representing a diverse range of perspectives. We are committed to recruiting, mentoring and other programs to support women at all levels in our company.”

Luanne Calvert, VP Marketing & Communications

Programs

Virgin America supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Virginia Girls' Summit

“The Virginia Girls' Summit is leaning in to be the first conference to organically create a summit by teen girls for teen girls. We started with a question, "Why do loud, silly, giggling girls in the 5th grade suddenly become quiet, withdrawn and shy girls in the 6th grade?" We found it's because girls start to compare themselves to other girls in school, on television and in social media. The summit will be built around the pressures and stresses, hopes and dreams that teenagers are facing right now-today. We want to inspire girls to believe, "I AM ENOUGH" just the way I am. Once girls know they are enough they'll be free to listen to their own voice and follow their own dreams and of course DREAM BIG!”

Patsy Mangas, Founder

Programs

Virginia Girls' Summit supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Visa

“Visa is proud to Lean In and support our women employees around the world. At Visa, we believe our collective strength — enhanced by the individual differences, experiences and capabilities of each employee — makes Visa a better place to work and helps us deliver on our mission to be the best way to pay and be paid for everyone, everywhere.”

Charlie Scharf, CEO

Programs

Visa supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Visier

John Schwarz, CEO

Programs

Visier supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Vitamin Water

Programs

Vitamin Water supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

VMware

“VMware is leaning in because we are dedicated to innovation, openness, and opportunity. We cannot transform our customer's IT foundation without the invaluable women in senior leadership as well as the individual contributor roles throughout our entire organization.”

Julia Austin, VP, Innovation

Programs

VMware supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Vocera Communications, Inc.

“The success of our business is dependent on our people. We strive to create a diverse and high performing work environment, where the best ideas and strongest contributors rise to the top. Partnering with Lean In to empower the women in our organization is critical to our success. In addition, our primary customer is nurses, who are predominantly women, so understanding their perspectives is paramount. ”

Brent Lang, President & CEO

Programs

Vocera Communications, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Vodafone-Panafon S.A.

Programs

Vodafone-Panafon S.A. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WAGE Project, Inc.

“The WAGE Project, Inc. enables every woman in America to be paid what she is worth. Lean In helps working women advance; WAGE makes sure women's pay advances, too.”

Evelyn F. Murphy, President

Programs

WAGE Project, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Waggener Edstrom Worldwide

“WE is committed to making a positive and sustainable impact on society. We are proud to help create progressive change by empowering individuals with resources to improve their well-being and security, and to build stronger communities.”

Rhian Rotz, Program Director, Corporate Citizenship

Programs

Waggener Edstrom Worldwide supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WAKE

“It's essential to get tech tools into the hands of women leading change globally.”

Heather Ramsey, Co-founder + COO

Programs

WAKE supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Walker's Legacy

““Women of color entrepreneurs are the fastest growing entrepreneurial segment in the nation, as such it is important that policy leaders hear from and understand their unique challenges. Our goal is to provide these women with valuable information on administration programs and policies and work together to continue to increase opportunities to contracts and capital to accelerate continued growth for this important entrepreneurial segment,” - Natalie M. Cofield, Founder of Walker’s Legacy.”

Natalie Cofield , Founder

Programs

Walker's Legacy supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Walmart

“We believe that a mix of voices and perspectives makes Walmart a better company. As we lean in to empower women, it helps us to better serve our customers, develop the best talent, and strengthen our communities. Leaning in is good for women, good for business and good for our world.”

Mike Duke, President & CEO

Programs

Walmart supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Wealthfront

“At Wealthfront, we believe in leadership through innovation and focus. Wealthfront is leaning in to help empower women to take control of their financial future, and dedicated to developing & empowering the next generation of women leaders and innovators in technology.”

Alison Rosenthal, VP Strategic Partnerships

Programs

Wealthfront supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WEC Energy Group

“We support a highly qualified and diverse organization in all areas and at all levels of our organization. Adding a Lean In Circle will further help us actively seek out and encourage the sharing of ideas and perspectives in our efforts to foster an environment of inclusion that respects and embraces diversity.”

Joan M. Shafer, Executive Vice President – Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness

Programs

WEC Energy Group supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

“Weil is dedicated to cultivating and supporting the best talent, with the goal of providing high quality service to our clients. We also strive to create a culture that encourages everyone to lean in and develop their potential to the fullest. Women currently represent 22% of our management committee and since 2007, 45% of new partners.”

Barry M. Wolf, Executive Partner

Programs

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Wellnext

“Motivated by a desire to improve ourselves and the world around us. Guided by three generations of family heritage. Fueled by an unrelenting sense of accountability. At Wellnext, our longevity, sustainability, and giving are the soul of our business. To us, nothing means more than carrying on the values of our founders. We do so with pride, passion and purpose.”

Jose , Minski

Programs

Wellnext supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Wells Fargo

“Wells Fargo Securities has many extraordinary women in our company and we believe our future success is directly tied to creating an inclusive environment where they can succeed. Wells Fargo is committed to developing the full potential of all our team members.”

John Shrewsberry, Head of Wells Fargo Securities

Programs

Wells Fargo supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WeMoms

“WeMoms is the mobile App that connects mothers in order to help them share their experience about pregnancy and motherhood. Our community has 300k members, are sharing 2M messages each month and we are live in 17 countries. We strongly believe that helping our members to be confident women will increase their chances to be blooming mothers.”

Dino Jaegle, Co-founder and COO

Programs

WeMoms supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Western Union

“"At Western Union, we are driving our company to greater success with women representing more than half of our 10,000 employees. They are helping to ensure we meet global consumers’ cross-border money transfer needs and collaboratively achieve our fintech vision."”

Hikmet Ersek, President and CEO, Western Union

Programs

Western Union supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Wharton MBA Women in Business

“Wharton Women in Business strives to expand career, mentoring and networking opportunities for women in the MBA program at Wharton. As a community, we are dedicated to supporting one another in achieving our goals while shaping what it means to be successful women in business.”

Marlin Bottex, Ashley Wells, Maribeth Crane, Co-Presidents

Programs

Wharton MBA Women in Business supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

wherewomenwork

“Through our Where Women Work community we help impressive women all over the world find their next role in progressive organisations. Where Women Work attracts ambitious women who are keen to lean in and step up in their careers. From Australia to Zurich, we work with organizations across all sectors.”

Glenda Stone, Director

Programs

wherewomenwork supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Programs

Whitman College supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WIGA NYC

“We are all women and we need to support each other because collectively we are stronger than individually.”

Evelina Soldatenko, Chairwoman

Programs

WIGA NYC supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WIISE- Women In Insurance Sharing Empowerment

“We believe that by creating a community who focuses on empowering women through mentoring, career advancement tools, and education we can improve their professional and personal lives. ”

Dawnyel Smink, The Mojo Maker, Heather McDougall, The Moxie

Programs

WIISE- Women In Insurance Sharing Empowerment supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Wiley

“Wiley's partnership with Lean In helps us to build a stronger and more inclusive organization to compete successfully in today's rapidly evolving markets. Our female colleagues gain access to resources, global networks, and opportunities they need to develop the skills, knowledge, and contacts needed for success.”

Stephen Smith, President & CEO, 2011-2015

Programs

Wiley supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

William James College

“Female students constitute a sizable portion of our academic institution and as such, it is important for them to have female role models in the leadership of our Organization. Partnering with Lean In allows our female leaders to grow in their competence and confidence as well as to experience an expanded sense of community.”

Stacey Lambert, PhD, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs; Chair, Clinical Psychology Department

Programs

William James College supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Wilson Elser

“At Wilson Elser, cultivating an environment that embraces and promotes diversity is a foundational value, critical to the success of our firm. We lean in through WAVE (Women Attorneys Valued & Empowered), a proprietary program designed to advance the professional and personal well-being of our women attorneys. WAVE and related initiatives have helped Wilson Elser place within the “Top 10 Best Biglaw Firms for Female Attorneys.””

Carolyn O'Connor, Partner

Programs

Wilson Elser supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WilsonHCG

“A diverse workforce builds a dynamic company and we want people to thrive by simply being who they are. By embedding diversity and inclusion into our business, we're positioned to better serve our employees, clients and communities.”

John Wilson, CEO

Programs

WilsonHCG supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WiNUP Mid-Atlantic

Programs

WiNUP Mid-Atlantic supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WiRL Leadership Summit

“Our purpose is to help women feel more fulfilled, confident, and valued in the world of work, home, and community. We all want to be inspired. But the reality is that learning and growing must be “fit in” to our lives. So WiRL is about helping you become your best.”

Mitch Shepard, Founder

Programs

WiRL Leadership Summit supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Within the Four Walls

“Beyond the Four Walls builds community spaces for women to live, work, and learn together. -Rita Suwal, President”

Rita Suwal, President

Programs

Within the Four Walls supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Wix

“Supporting the Lean In movement through our Wix Lounge was second nature for Wix. We've empowered thousands of women to start businesses, become entrepreneurs, to lean in and break through, with the use of our drag-and-drop publishing tools, and through our free co-working spaces too.”

Vered Abrahami, Global Director of Community

Programs

Wix supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WME

“We believe that by giving women the tools, information and courage they need to lead, we can change the course of our daughters’ – and sons’ – futures. WME is thrilled to be so actively empowering women to lean in to their careers from the ground up, supporting them every step of the way.”

Jennifer Rudolph Walsh, Board Member & Department Head

Programs

WME supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Woman Endangered (WE)

“WE - as an organisation - wishes to take a 360 view of the society we live in. We wish to address issues pertaining to how women are treated, their role in society, the evolution of our society and several other issues, aiming to get closer to the genesis of today. It is a huge task but we are not deterred by time, the complexities of our culture, our history or even contemporary problems. WE wishes to take steps not as a movement but as a solution provider that has inclusion at its core.”

Suparnaa Chadda, Founder

Programs

Woman Endangered (WE) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

womany.net

“Dare to be different.”

Tanya Chen, Co-Founder

Programs

womany.net supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women 2.0

“Women 2.0 is a media company offering content, community and conferences for aspiring and current women innovators in technology. Our mission is to increase the number of female founders of technology startups with inspiration, information and education through our platform.”

Shaherose Charania, CEO & Co-Founder

Programs

Women 2.0 supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women Connected By Purpose Nigeria

“Women Connected by Purpose (WCBP) is an international platform with a vision to connect women of all ages, marital status, physical statistics, temperaments together, across nations, enabling and energizing them to find purpose and make an impact in their world - our focus is women leadership development, financial empowerment, entrepreneurial skills and mentoring. Lean In concepts will help us leverage scale and solid foundation for what we have already started 4 years ago. Looking forward to partnering with you.”

Mofoluwaso Ilevbare, Founder

Programs

Women Connected By Purpose Nigeria supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women Entrepreneur Resource & Educational Community

“"Success is not overnight. It's all about making connections, building relationships, being genuine and serving others." ”

Stephanie Franco, Founder

Programs

Women Entrepreneur Resource & Educational Community supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women Entrepreneurs DFW

“A Dallas-Fort Worth based non-profit and 501(c)(3) Entrepreneurship group for women. We work to enable positive thinking, encouragement, empowerment, and foster entrepreneurship in women. We seek to diversify learning from entrepreneurs of all backgrounds, walks of lives, and ethnicities. We aim to create effective women champions and achievers. We also would like to engage in discussion topics that are of interest to women in general affecting their personal lives, careers and business and finds ways for life balance.”

Sudha Reddy, Founder and President

Programs

Women Entrepreneurs DFW supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women For Action

“Women For Action elevates the work that women leaders do through an interview series. Our organization spotlights women's firsts, award winning subjects and other innovators, especially those that are under-recognized for their achievements. For the most part, this is the majority of our women changemakers and leaders.”

Julene Allen, Executive Director

Programs

Women For Action supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women For Women Comunidad de Mujeres Ejecutivas Ecuador

“Our purpose is to help promote more women into leadership positions to strengthen our organizations in Ecuador. We believe partnering with Lean In is very much aligned with our mission and will provide us with tools and ideas to accomplish our goal. ”

Maria Fernanda Corral, President

Programs

Women For Women Comunidad de Mujeres Ejecutivas Ecuador supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women for Women International

“At Women for Women International we believe that stronger women build stronger nations, and that with access to knowledge and resources, marginalized women can become leaders and agents of change, creating the foundation for peaceful and stable communities.”

Afshan Khan, President & CEO

Programs

Women for Women International supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Aviation International Capital Region Chapter

“Our mission is to increase the number of young women pursuing aviation careers.”

Maria Killian, President

Programs

Women in Aviation International Capital Region Chapter supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Derivatives, Inc.

“Women in Derivatives (WIND) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to attract, retain, educate and develop female leaders. We provide targeted channels for education, mentoring and sponsorship. Our participants include people in trading, sales, portfolio management, law, economics, marketing, research, academia, government, operations and technology. "Creating a platform to advance women in the financial industry is one of WIND's top priorities," explained Kristin Boggiano, President of WIND and Managing Director at Guggenheim Partners. "Engaging women all over the world, we hope to leverage our senior leadership to help women realize their full potential."”

Kristin Boggiano, President

Programs

Women in Derivatives, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Finance - Peru

Andrea Diaz, President

Programs

Women in Finance - Peru supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women In International Trade Northern California

“I am honored to represent an organization that has been advancing women in trade in Silicon Valley for 28 years. WIT-NC objectives and those of Lean In are complementary and support each other in their efforts to educate women on advancement in their careers in male-dominated environments.”

Leslie August, President

Programs

Women In International Trade Northern California supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Media Mentoring Initiative

“WIMMI is leaning in because we support the advancement of women into leadership roles in media, marketing and entertainment. We have pioneered dual mentorship to empower women as they join our community and we advance diversity outreach as a priority for the health of society and business.”

Jack Myers, Founder

Programs

Women in Media Mentoring Initiative supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Rotary Finland

“No woman should feel left out from the world of rotary.”

Maria Sipila, Founder of Women in Rotary Finland

Programs

Women in Rotary Finland supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Solar Energy (WISE)

“The Lean In movement embraces the kind of feminine energy we seek to embody in the solar power industry. We need diversity, inclusion and collaboration, across genders, to usher in a new wave of energy that is clean, renewable and powered by the sun. Thank you for opening up the dialogue for all of us. ”

Kristen Nicole, Founder & Executive Director

Programs

Women in Solar Energy (WISE) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Technology in Nigeria

“WITIN has over 10,000 women and girls scattered all over Nigeria with no concise meeting agenda. Leanin.org is the perfect solution to link and coordinate our women in small groups. I wish we had this three years ago.”

Martha Alade, Founder

Programs

Women in Technology in Nigeria supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Toys

Mary Kay Russell, Executive Director

Programs

Women in Toys supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women INVESTING in Women DIGITAL

“Women INVESTING in Women + Girls will be the first Global Radio Show produced and broadcasted by teenage-girls talking about the the importance of economic empowerment for women and girls in transforming our Global Economy. All of our shows will be available free of charge on MP3 and Podcast, 24/7.”

Anu Bhardwaj, Founder & Executive Producer

Programs

Women INVESTING in Women DIGITAL supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women Leadership Society IIM Ahmedabad

“Women Leadership Society's prime objective is to sensitise the community about gender equality and the issues women face at workplace or socially. We also have an outreach program, where we have tied up with Girls' Orphanage to help them grow to be leaders. We wish to empower women on a large scale and are looking for peer groups with similar motivation to help us with the same.”

Aishwarya Vasudha, Coordinator

Programs

Women Leadership Society IIM Ahmedabad supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women of Gases and Welding

“The WGW was formed to enhance the success of women in the gases and welding industry. ”

Linda Smith, Communication Chair

Programs

Women of Gases and Welding supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women of Influence

“Women of Influence was the first of company in Canada to offer events focused on women’s success and some believed the company might run out of female CEO’s to profile. Today, we are a holistic company providing Events including 40 events in 10 North-American cities; Media including a quarterly magazine and monthly digital content; Education including 15+ professional development courses; and Consulting including Gender Intelligence training for Fortune 500 companies. Our dedication and core believe is to advance women to equality in the workforce by being the solution: providing access to role models, the tools to lead (or Lean In) as a woman and the tools to evolve corporate culture. We are shattering the glass ceiling from every angle.”

Carolyn Lawrence, President & CEO

Programs

Women of Influence supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women Side

“Women Side highlighs women in all fields and in the world as well as the men committed to equality. Supporting women is therefore at the center of our actions, as Lean In vision. ”

Capucine Bertrand , President

Programs

Women Side supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Audio Mission

“Women's Audio Mission is a San Francisco based, non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of women in music production and the recording arts. In a field where women are chronically under-represented (less than 5%), WAM seeks to "change the face of sound" by providing hands-on training, experience, career counseling and job placement to over 600 women and girls a year in media technology for music, radio, film, television and the Internet.”

Terri Winston, Executive Director

Programs

Women's Audio Mission supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Business Incubator

““[Freelancing and working from home] are both a blessing and curse [with people realizing] 'Oh my gosh! I have to do everything,'” says Eva Monsen, board president of the Women’s Business Incubator (WBI), a local nonprofit dedicated to helping women in business and particularly working mothers who are entrepreneurs, business owners and freelancers. Monsen herself is a working mom; she’s the owner of a small data engineering consultancy and parent to a 4- and 7-year-old.”

Eva Monsen, Data Engineering Consultant

Programs

Women's Business Incubator supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Council of Washtenaw County

“This is a professional organization that supports women in business in Washtenaw County and beyond and with the guidance, support, and knowledge from Lean In with hope to do just that. ”

Lindsay Dougherty, Executive of Sponsorship/Fundraiser

Programs

Women's Council of Washtenaw County supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Debate Institute

“When women speak their minds, they can change the world. The Women's Debate Institute provides a safe space for young women to learn skills for success in high school, college and beyond. We are the leading national organization pushing back against the substantial discrimination that women face in competitive debating.”

Leah Castella, Board Chair

Programs

Women's Debate Institute supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Global Leadership Initiative

Diana Ruiz, CEO

Programs

Women's Global Leadership Initiative supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's International Networking (WIN)

“Being inclusive and embracing diversity is a daily practice. It is a way to grow at an individual level and to evolve collectively. WIN aims to bring a more feminine, global and sustainable vision into work, communities and life. Our mission is to inspire women worldwide by empowering, developing and connecting leaders in a way that integrates feminine values, global awareness and authentic contribution. ”

Kristin Engvig, Founder and CEO

Programs

Women's International Networking (WIN) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Leadership Initiative of Yale

“The Women's Leadership Initiative is leaning in to create a community that encourages women in all their endeavors. Through our mentorship programs, career and skill development events, and annual conference, we empower females to be leaders at Yale and beyond.”

Lucia Huang, President of Women's Leadership Initiative

Programs

Women's Leadership Initiative of Yale supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's National Book Association

“The Women’s National Book Association is an organization primarily of women who work with and value books. WNBA promotes reading and supports the role of women in the community of the book. In particular, it provides opportunities on the local and national level for women to take on leadership roles.”

Carin Siegfried, President

Programs

Women's National Book Association supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Sports Foundation

“Women’s Sports Foundation is leaning in because the lessons learned on the playing field – discipline, teamwork, winning and losing and the building of confidence – are key to future success. We want all girls to have access to sport and these leadership skills.”

Kathryn Olson, CEO

Programs

Women's Sports Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Studio Workshop

Ann Kalmbach, Executive Director

Programs

Women's Studio Workshop supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

women's tennis coaching association

“Partnering with Lean in is very important to the WTCA. Currently only 20% of all tennis coaches across the globe are female. With the support of lean in we can encourage female coaches to do exactly that. Our mission is to keep more girls in tennis by advancing the level of coaching across the sport. To do that we need to educate coaches and get more female coaches in the sport.”

Sarah Stone, CEO

Programs

women's tennis coaching association supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Toolbox

“The Women’s Toolbox is leaning in by connecting a global network of women in business. Learning from the accomplishments of powerful women before us, we work together to take our skills, products and services to the global marketplace and pay it forward to future generations by supporting initiatives committed to helping all women in business thrive.”

Janet Powers, CEO

Programs

Women's Toolbox supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WomenAgainstAlzheimer’s

“‘Business-as-usual’ approaches have failed women thus far, so we are disrupting them. We are upending conversations that exclude women voices, leading public advocacy campaigns, and joining together influential women to beat Alzheimer’s disease. We are challenging inaction. We are demanding change at the highest levels of business, government, and society by bringing women together from all sectors to make their voices heard.”

Jill Lesser, President

Programs

WomenAgainstAlzheimer’s supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WomEng

“WomEng is developing a strong pipeline of female engineering leaders. Diverse teams bring diverse perspectives resulting in better thought-out solutions. Growth in the areas of science, engineering and technology is also a catalyst for job creation, social upliftment and economic development. Increasing the number of women in engineering within any company or country is a competitive advantage. WomEng Circles, in partnership with Lean-In will provide a supportive community for university students. Circles are self-driven initiatives by engineering students on campus who meet regularly to learn and grow together. WomEng provides discussion guidelines and educational resources to the circles. The result is confident engineering leaders that are better prepared for the workplace and are supporting each other to stem the drop out rate for engineering. ”

Hema, Vallabh

Programs

WomEng supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WomenLaunch

“WomenLaunch began as an inspiration to establish an organization with the mission of empowering women entrepreneurs to create and successfully build scalable businesses with mentoring, coaching, resources, encouragement, supporters and cheerleaders, and money. Surrounding each other with all that’s needed to be empowered and successful appeals to us more than the culture of having the business success supercede the success of the individuals and the team.”

Kathryn Gorges, Founder

Programs

WomenLaunch supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WomenLEAD

“WomenLEAD is leaning in because we are committed to disrupting and revolutionizing mentorship with an unprecedented online personal advisory board platform for women by women.”

Ilene Fischer, Founder & CEO

Programs

WomenLEAD supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Womerang

“Partnering with Lean In will provide us with the kind of tools we need to keep advancing women personally and professionally, not just as a mean to fight the gender gap, but for everybody can reach our own definition of career-life balance.”

Norma Cerros, Co-Founder & CEO

Programs

Womerang supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WordSmithRapport

“WordSmithRapport is committed to providing excellent professional development opportunities worldwide. We know that achieving peak performance is critical to successful leadership for both women and men. WordSmithRapport is leaning in because we want to prepare women to address performance challenges in the workplace.”

Karima Mariama-Arthur, Esq., Founder & CEO

Programs

WordSmithRapport supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Workforce Vitality

“Our ElevateHER Chapter and ongoing programs incorporate LEAN IN to LEADERSHIP Circles, initially starting on the Capricorn Coast - Central Queensland [2014], Swan Hill - Victoria [2015] and two in Cooktown [2016 + 2017], with exciting plans to commence several more Circles in Far North Queensland [Cairns region]. Online connection and support is provided through Facebook group pages and our ElevateHER Community page. We will also be rolling out ElevateHER - LEAN IN 3 day retreats in Far North Queensland early 2018, to bring circle members together for further personal and professional development. We are proud to partner with the LEAN IN global movement; it is a perfect fit with our passion, purpose and plans. Stay connected by following our Facebook page - Elevate HER - Leadership Community. ”

Jilinda Lee, CEO

Programs

Workforce Vitality supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Workfront, Inc.

“The best moments in my career have been as a part of companies that have high integrity, a genuine focus on the customer, smart and energetic people, and technology that makes a real difference in people's success and their company's business results. I see all these elements at Workfront and am appreciative of the opportunity to join the company at this point in its journey. -Alex Shootman, CEO”

Alex Shootman, CEO

Programs

Workfront, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Working Late

“On a personal level, women excel at relationship building, yet in business they rarely focus on building relationships outside of their community or industry. Working Late give women the opportunity to do that.”

Jane Fergason, Founder

Programs

Working Late supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Working Web Solutions

“My name is Mary Killelea. I am a mother of two beautiful young girls (10 & 13) and I own my own business. Working Web Solutions is a small virtual marketing agency helping women business owners with marketing advice, strategy and website design. I read Lean In over a year ago and it moved and inspired me to break through my own glass ceiling. Spending the past year self analyzing and doing some much needed self discovery I've had to admit my fears and identify self sabotaging ways that were preventing me from the growth and success I am not only capable of but deserve. My goals is to reach out to women who own their own businesses or who are thinking of owning their own businesses and helping them break through their fear and provide them a safe and trusted support system to help them grow their business and succeed!”

Mary Killelea, Owner

Programs

Working Web Solutions supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Working Women of Tampa Bay

“We are a savvy and supportive community of entrepreneurial women in Florida. Together we create the synergy that enables each of us to achieve more than we ever could alone. Our goal is to help educate, motivate and inspire female professionals and women business owners through networking and educational events.”

Jessica Rivelli, Founder

Programs

Working Women of Tampa Bay supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

workinghampalace

“Wokingham palace as they are happy socializing and sharing thought with their colleagues and school from different domains and backgrounds. We provide fully furnished Co-working Spaces, shared office spaces, Business Meeting Places in Gurgaon at cheapest rate for carry out your business proceeding..we also offers services are other clients like as startup, student scholar,NGO and enterprises.Workingham Palace has come up with a very lively, energetic Co-Working space in the spirit of Gurgaon. For more information click on : http://www.workinghampalace.com/ ”

aniket, ceo

Programs

workinghampalace supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Workshop Education

“Workshop Education provides high quality enrichment after school with flexible scheduling for parents. Our girls have pitched business ideas to VC's, given prototype feedback to Goldiblox and Little Bits, and present design thinking prototypes to peers weekly. We create opportunities for women to better pursue dreams and goals, while teaching their girls to create, persevere, and communicate successfully.”

Alexa Frisbie, Founder

Programs

Workshop Education supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

World Agroforestry Centre

“World Agroforestry Centre recognizes that quality and diversity of its workforce are keys to the achievement of its mission and mandate and is reflected in its core values and its culture. We have partnered with Lean In to move forward this agenda and offer our staff intentional ways to encourage and support one another.”

Christine Larson-Luhila, Director of People & Organisation

Programs

World Agroforestry Centre supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

World Boxing Council

“The WBC was the first major boxing organization to sanction women because we believe talent counts, not gender. In June of 2014, we held the first global woman's boxing convention. We fight for all our champions.”

Jill Diamond, Chair WBC Cares & WBC Female Championship Committee

Programs

World Boxing Council supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WPP / Landor

Programs

WPP / Landor supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Wright Hassall LLP

“Wright Hassall actively support women in their career path. Our Managing Partner, Sarah Perry acts as a mentor and inspiration for all team members, particularly women looking to follow in her footsteps. ”

Michelle Hughes, Digital Media Manager

Programs

Wright Hassall LLP supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

wynema.org

“We're tackling lack of diversity on corporate boards by turning it upside down. Board composition begins with startups. If we place exceptional women into these boards, we create a ramp for women to work their way up to corporate boards. Over time, we will develop a larger pool of candidates for corporate boards, and we shorten the timeline to board parity. ”

Diane Schrader, Founder and Chair

Programs

wynema.org supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Xerox

“Every day presents lean in moments for Xerox. When transforming a storied brand, leaders need guts, clear vision, an impatience with the status quo and the collective ambition from a diverse, driven team. As a company, we lean heavily on our culture of inclusion to bring bold, relevant thinking to the table.”

Christa Carone, Chief Marketing Officer

Programs

Xerox supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

XO Group

“The brands at XO group are dedicated to empowering women during key life stages. We have a trusted relationship with our audience that allows us unique insight into what women want and how they feel. Our members are not only the heads of households, but also heads of boardrooms, classrooms and beyond.”

David Liu, CEO

Programs

XO Group supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Xplore for Success

“Xplore for Success is leaning in and supporting talented women (and men) to achieve success in career and life. We are passionate about inspiring leadership and inclusive workplaces, which will ensure gender diversity becomes a foundation of successful organizations.”

Diana Ryall AM, Founder and Managing Director

Programs

Xplore for Success supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Yahoo!

“Yahoo! is excited to partner with the Lean In Foundation to support women in achieving success. Women at Yahoo! are empowered to create communities of support, develop their careers and impact hundreds of millions of users worldwide. Innovation stems from diverse backgrounds and ideas, and leaders inspire those around them based on their abilities—regardless of gender. Success starts with believing you can achieve it.”

Marissa Mayer, President & CEO

Programs

Yahoo! supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

YAYASAN SUARA WANITA

“Yayasan Suara Wanita or Voice of Women Foundation is here to empower women to achieve success. Partnering with Lean In will provide access to knowledge and networking for success”

Radzi, Latif

Programs

YAYASAN SUARA WANITA supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Yellowberry

“I am a 19-year-old girl who started Yellowberry with a simple goal: build a bra that is unique and colorful, made for all girls who love and enjoy their youthful, yellow stages in life.”

Megan Grassell, Founder & Ceo

Programs

Yellowberry supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Young Enterprising Sisters

“We lean in because we believe in educating, empowering and energizing girls to be America's next top female CEO's.”

Fatima Scipio, President & CEO

Programs

Young Enterprising Sisters supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Young Leadership Academy

“We are moving teens to discover, develop and define their voices to distinction. We educate and train through high-level leadership development curriculum based on the John Maxwell global leadership development principles.”

Kasama Lee, Founder

Programs

Young Leadership Academy supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Young Presidents' Organization (YPO)

“YPO and its Women's International Network are leaning in because we understand how important it is to support and foster female leaders around the world.”

Chuck Davis, 2012-2013 International Chairman

Programs

Young Presidents' Organization (YPO) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Youth Business Initiative (dba ProjectileX)

“"Diversity and inclusion are the keys to entrepreneurship and leadership." ”

Steven Li, CEO

Programs

Youth Business Initiative (dba ProjectileX) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

YWCA Great Lakes Bay Region

Misty Janks, Executive Director

Programs

YWCA Great Lakes Bay Region supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Zappos.com

“Zappos.com is leaning in because we support all people in their path to happiness.”

Graham Kahr, Social Scientist

Programs

Zappos.com supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Zenparent

“"Women empowerment is a key issue which is really close to our heart. Zenparent as a company is founded keeping Women as the focus. It is quite natural for Zen to support causes/initiatives which are aligned to this subject"-Director of Marketing”

Ranjith, Director

Programs

Zenparent supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Zensar Technologies Ltd

“Zensar is pursuing a very focused and strong charter to build an organisation that is led by balanced leadership where the complementing leadership styles and qualities of men and women leaders enable us to tap into the full potential of our leaders. Our vision is to build a balanced and truly inclusive organisation culture and we are driving this vision through several initiatives and women friendly policies that have helped us move the needle on gender diversity at all levels in Zensar. We are very proud of the fact that today women leaders make up for almost 30% of Zensar’s management team and we are rapidly transforming the profile of Zensar’s workforce with over 60% of our entry level employees being women. Zensar’s Women Executive Network drives this leadership diversity program at Zensar which is fully supported and empowered by the CEO and the Executive Leadership team at Zensar. ”

Prameela Kalive , Executive Vice President

Programs

Zensar Technologies Ltd supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Zilingo Pte Ltd

“Everything Lean In stands for resonates deeply with everything Zilingo stands for. As a leading e-commerce business in the region, led by a woman CEO, with 50% women on it's board as well as it's workforce - we want to contribute to and benefit from this community”

Ankiti Bose, Co-founder & CEO

Programs

Zilingo Pte Ltd supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Zillow Group

Programs

Zillow Group supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

ZS Associates

Programs

ZS Associates supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

ZX Ventures

Magdalena De Stefano, eCommerce Manager

Programs

ZX Ventures supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Zynga Inc.

“As we lean into our mission of connecting the world through games – played by women everywhere – recruiting, retaining and growing female leaders is paramount in our creative culture. We want Zynga to be a place where women can build a real career, be their own CEO and own outcomes.”

Stephanie Hess, VP, Communications

Programs

Zynga Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

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