These 900+ Companies are leaning in to support female leadership

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1-800-FLOWERS.COM

Programs

1-800-FLOWERS.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

A Black and White Story

“Equality lies at the very heart of the brand. No matter what race, religion, belief, age or sexuality, we believe we can live in a "black and white" world, where truth and diversity reigns.”

Anoo Rehncy, Co-Founder + Creative Director

Programs

A Black and White Story 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

Academy Sports + Outdoors

Programs

Academy Sports + Outdoors 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

ACCO Brands

“"Our great people, the most important competitive advantage we have. Our people are talented, creative, hardworking, and committed to the company’s success."”

Boris Elisman, Chairman, President and CEO

Programs

ACCO Brands 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

Activyst

“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.”

Programs

Activyst 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

Advance Auto Parts

Programs

Advance Auto Parts 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

Amazon

“At Amazon, we lean in to challenge ourselves to develop as leaders by building things that matter. We solve problems in new ways and value calculated risk-taking; many decisions are reversible. Bold directions that inspire results help us to think differently and look around corners for ways to serve our customers.”

Jeff Wilke, Senior Vice President Consumer Business

Programs

Amazon 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

BRADAMANT

“Here at TUXE, we're making better body suits to feel more confident at work. When we lean in, sit at the table, and raise our hands, our shirts ride up and our shirts don't stay tucked in! We tested bodysuits with women all around the world. With their feedback we created a tuck-in top that will redefine what you think of Bodysuits. These are blouses with the bodysuit advantage – they stay tucked in!”

Tamar Daniel, Founder/Designer

Programs

BRADAMANT 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

Cleanovative Solutions

“Our company is committed to helping women to achieve their goals and has participated in many International Women's Day events.”

Harry Jarbath, CEO

Programs

Cleanovative 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

Clearly

“Clearly is leaning in because we want to provide better vision for everyone. A diverse and inclusive work environment that’s connected through a shared vision and shared values is what will allow us to do so.”

Roy Hessel , President & CEO, Clearly.ca

Programs

Clearly 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

Costco

“Costco strongly believes in the value of a diverse workforce. And, as a part of that belief, we are committed  to maintaining an inclusive environment so that women have the opportunity to succeed at Costco.”

Ginnie Roeglin, Senior Vice President

Programs

Costco 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

Dominidesign

“Dominidesign supports Lean in and is proud to our women employees in Europe. We believe our collective power — enhanced by all individual qualities and experiences of our employees — makes Dominidesign a better and more flexible place to work and helps us deliver on our mission to be the best in delivering quality and customers service. ”

Hella Eland, Director customer service

Programs

Dominidesign 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

Dress A Med

“As a corporation with a female-majority board and a female-majority workforce, Dress A Med is dedicated to the economic advancement of women. Dress A Med leans in by providing employment benefits which are human-centric, such as flexible work hours for mothers and many others. Women of color at Dress A Med are empowered to develop their careers and actively give back to the community. In the fields of fashion, finance and technology, Dress A Med fosters America's future female leaders through its paid internship program.”

Sahar Vahidi, Creative Director

Programs

Dress A Med 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

eBay Inc.

“eBay Inc. is leaning in because the world simply can't afford to have women stifle their professional talents and career aspirations. Progress must be made by all of us to help more women achieve their ambitions. Launching a global community and igniting more meaningful conversation is a great way to start.”

Alan Marks, SVP, Global Communications

Programs

eBay 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

Electric Tobacconist LLC

“"It stands to reason that an active approach to female empowerment allows us to pick from a far greater pool of talent. This will not only help the growth of our company but of all companies and indeed the growth of the human race." ”

Pascal Culverhouse, Founder & CEO

Programs

Electric Tobacconist LLC 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

Fossil Group

“At Fossil, we believe in creating equal opportunities for all of our employees to thrive and lead. We’re leaning in to offer new programs that strengthen professional networks and build skill. We’ve made a commitment to becoming a leader in women’s empowerment by 2020, creating meaningful change in our own company and beyond.”

Audra Parker, Vice President of Human Resources

Programs

Fossil 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

Gap Inc.

“We're proud to be leaning in because female leaders are a fundamental part of our company's DNA, starting with our co-founder Doris Fisher. Working across industries and borders to help women reach their fullest potential is one of our greatest strengths.”

Eva Sage-Gavin, EVP, Global HR and Corporate Affairs

Programs

Gap 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

Programs

GlobeIn 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

Islanders Coastal Outfitter

Programs

Islanders Coastal Outfitter 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

Madison Reed

“At Madison Reed, we want to empower women to look and feel their best inside and out and we do that by being a mindful family that deeply cares for our customers and our team members. Our values include courage, trust, responsibility, joy, and love and we believe that’s what Lean In is about. We embrace celebrating everything brilliantly and want to spread that message globally.”

Amy Errett, CEO & Founder

Programs

Madison Reed 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

Mattress Firm

Programs

Mattress Firm 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

Polly & Other Stories

“Polly & other stories was founded in Pakistan on the belief that innovation can empower people, connecting makers directly to markets to can create opportunities that change lives. ”

Angela Braid, Co-Founder

Programs

Polly & Other Stories 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

Procter & Gamble Company

“P&G is leaning in because we recognize the advantages of having a diverse workforce at all levels, and with every aspect of diversity, including female leadership. With this new digital platform, we can further enhance our current efforts leveraging the unique scale Lean In brings.”

William P. Gipson, Chief Diversity Officer

Programs

Procter & Gamble Company 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

Punchbowl, Inc.

“Punchbowl is leaning in because women are the lifeblood of our business. We are dedicated to providing best-in-class digital solutions for smart moms and savvy professionals, which we do not view as two mutually exclusive demographics. We empower all our female employees to reach for opportunities and to become leaders.”

Matt Douglas, CEO

Programs

Punchbowl, 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

Red Stamp

“Red Stamp is an award-winning, woman-founded/led company that is changing the conversation in business and personal correspondence. Just named one of Entrepreneur's 100 Brilliant Companies, Red Stamp serves millions of individuals and companies in the social space with their Top 25 mobile and desktop app.”

Erin Newkirk, Co-Founder & CEO

Programs

Red Stamp 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

REI

“For the past 75 years, from when Mary Anderson co-founded REI, to our current CEO, Sally Jewell, REI has thrived under the direction of outstanding women leaders. Our commitment is to nurture leadership talent in women (and men) throughout the organization.”

Catherine Walker, Senior VP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

Programs

REI 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

rubberit.co

“We lean in by making access to contraceptives and sexual education a reality for women in rural and disadvantaged communities in Mexico and Latin America. Women who can control their sexual and reproductive rights are women who will control their own future, becoming motors of global impact.”

May Alba, CEO & Founder

Programs

rubberit.co 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

Safeway

“Safeway is leaning in because we believe in empowering employees and advancing their leadership growth and capabilities. We are continuously exploring innovative resources and development tools to help grow future women leaders in an increasingly competitive environment.”

Russ Jackson, SVP Human Resources

Programs

Safeway 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

Smart & Sexy

“As a Women Owned Company, we understand the importance of providing women with the tools and confidence that they need to realize their potential both professionally and personally. We are excited to partner with Lean In to further empower and celebrate women.”

Ariela Balk, Smart & Sexy CEO & Founder

Programs

Smart & Sexy 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

Spoyl

Vivek, Head of Growth and Digital Marketing

Programs

Spoyl 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

Swarovski

““We are excited to partner with Lean In to help drive positive change. Women are the creators, innovators and customers at the heart of our company, and 70% of our global workforce is female. Swarovski is dedicated to encouraging a leadership culture that promotes diversity, with a focus on accelerating progress, leadership and impact for women at all levels of the business. We are leaning in because we believe that a strong commitment to the advancement of women in leadership roles is critical not only to the success of our industry, but to society at large."”

Nadja Swarovski, Member of the Swarovski Executive Board

Programs

Swarovski 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

Target

“Target is leaning in because we are committed to being a great place for women to build fulfilling careers. Women leaders represent half of our executive committee and our 365,000-person team, and four members of our Board of Directors are women. Their diverse perspectives, talent and commitment enhance our company and our communities.”

Brian Cornell, Chairman & CEO

Programs

Target 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

Tesco

“Tesco is leaning in because increasing diversity makes us a better business. We work together as one team with a common purpose—for us all to be our very best selves. Our culture inspires and supports the important and valuable contribution women make to leadership and the diversity of teams.”

Philip Clarke, CEO

Programs

Tesco 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

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

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

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