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Accenture

“Accenture is leaning in by encouraging and supporting our women as they create individual paths that work for them. We recognize their definitions will change over time, and we strive to support their journeys through our ongoing commitment to development and advancement.”

Pamela J. Craig, CFO

Programs

Accenture 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

AT&T

“Having our best talent at the table at every level is critical to achieving success in the marketplace and growing our business. We support organizations like Lean In that complement all we’re doing within AT&T to help advance women by providing support, mentoring and leadership opportunities.”

Randall Stephenson, Chairman & CEO

Programs

AT&T 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

Bank of America

“Bank of America is leaning in because women play a critical role in advancing the global economy. Transforming and investing in women's leadership – both within our company and through our external programs – is one way we create stronger connections with customers, clients and communities around the world.”

Geri Thomas, Chief Diversity Officer

Programs

Bank of 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

Capgemini India Pvt Ltd

Programs

Capgemini India Pvt 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

Caterpillar, Inc.

“Caterpillar is committed to shattering the glass ceiling through their Women's Initiative Network (WIN), open to all employees. WIN promotes professional and personal development, retention, recruitment, cultural awareness and community outreach. WIN acts as a trusted advisor to business units by sharing best practices to enhance the organization’s inclusive culture.”

Tom Bluth, Vice President

Programs

Caterpillar, 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

Citibank

“Citibank is leaning in because developing and mentoring others is one of the most important skills you can develop to help succeed in your career. The most influential people are those who help others shine.”

Rebecca Macieira-Kaufmann, President & Managing Director of Citibank California

Programs

Citibank 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

Coca-Cola

“As the world strives to crack the calculus for sustainable, long-term growth, I believe the good work, innovation and leadership of women will be absolutely critical. At a time of great challenges and even greater opportunities, we need everyone – women and men alike – to lean in and make a difference. That’s why I’m proud to support Sheryl and this very positive and timely new movement.”

Muhtar Kent, CEO

Programs

Coca-Cola 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

Comcast

“Comcast is leaning in because we believe in the incredible talent, passion and leadership that the women of Comcast bring to the company. We are committed to their continued development and growth.”

Jennifer Khoury, VP Corporate Communications

Programs

Comcast 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

Ford Motor Company

“I have two young daughters and a son. Each is as unique and talented as the others. And each deserves the same opportunities based on the people they are, as opposed to the gender they possess.”

Jim Farley, EVP of Marketing Sales & Service

Programs

Ford Motor 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

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

GE

“At GE, we believe representation equals results. Just as it is critical for women to have the confidence to pursue their ambitions, it is equally important for organizations to provide the support networks, training and other tools that encourage women to grow, succeed and lead.”

Jeff Immelt, Chairman & CEO

Programs

GE 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

General Motors

“It sometimes raises eyebrows when people discover that many top “car guys” at GM are actually women. We are leaning in because we know that capability is what matters, not gender. If you do a good job recruiting and developing the best talent available, women will naturally become leaders on any team.”

Dan Akerson, Chairman & CEO

Programs

General Motors 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

HP Enterprise

“I have always believed diversity in the workplace is good for a company. HP has a proud history of supporting women’s success and we are committed to continuing the advancement of women in leadership roles.”

Meg Whitman, President & CEO

Programs

HP Enterprise 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

Intel

“Diversity is an integral part of our corporate strategy and vision. We are committed to achieving full representation in our workforce and supply chain through aggressive outreach, and fostering a greater pipeline of women and minority-owned businesses in technology to help advance their business objectives and opportunities or become a supplier to Intel.”

Jackie Sturm, Vice President Global Supply

Programs

Intel 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

Jabil

“A gender-balanced and inclusive environment is important to Jabil. We are Lean-ing In through our Jabil Joules initiative aimed at educating, mentoring and encouraging networking and an open dialogue about diversity. By championing the business benefits of gender balance, challenging organizational barriers and endeavoring to expand the representation of women in leadership, engineering and technology, we strive to make a difference in our local communities, countries we operate in and the world at large.”

Beth Walters, Senior VP, Communications & Investor Relations

Programs

Jabil 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

Johnson & Johnson

“We need strong female leadership throughout our organization to meet our corporate purpose of caring for the world, one person at a time. We celebrate Lean In’s mission and support the women of Johnson & Johnson in fulfilling their personal and professional ambitions.”

Alex Gorsky, Chairman and CEO

Programs

Johnson & Johnson 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

JPMorgan Chase

“At JPMorgan Chase, being able to support our customers, communities and employees depends on making sure that everyone is empowered to have a seat at the table. Lean In is about changing the conversation about women in the workplace, and we¹re proud to have a strong voice in the discussion.”

Kristin Lemkau, Chief Communications Officer, Chase

Programs

JPMorgan Chase 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

Kaiser Permanente

Jim Crawford, VP, SCAL BIO

Programs

Kaiser Permanente 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

Kaiser Permanente

Jim Crawford, VP, SCAL BIO

Programs

Kaiser Permanente 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

KPMG

“KPMG is a place where women have exciting opportunities to advance their careers and take on leadership roles. Building a diverse and inclusive workforce is a strategic priority that gives us the talent, range of perspectives, and innovative ideas we need to serve clients and compete in today’s marketplace.”

John Veihmeyer, Chairman & CEO

Programs

KPMG 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

McDonald's Corporation

Programs

McDonald's Corporation 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

Microsoft Corporation

““From the very first days of our company, Microsoft has sought to empower individuals and organizations around the world to do great things. In our efforts to bring this aspiration to life, we've learned to leverage the strength of our diverse workforce through greater inclusion. Being Inclusive is not something we simply do, but rather, it stands for who we are. Partnering with Lean In to develop a pipeline of diverse talent not just for Microsoft, but for the industry as a whole, is very important to us.” ”

Gwen Houston, Chief Diversity Officer

Programs

Microsoft Corporation 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

Mondelēz International

“Mondelēz International is leaning in because no company that wants to be successful should ignore 50% of the workforce.”

Irene Rosenfeld, Chairman & CEO

Programs

Mondelēz 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

Nestle

“At Nestlé we are committed to enhancing the career opportunities for both men and women, and the knowledge and expertise provided by Lean In will help accelerate our journey.”

Paul Bulcke, CEO

Programs

Nestle 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

Nucerity International

“Together we live passionately, give radically & create lives of impact, influence, success & significance.”

Lonnie McKinney, Founder of Nucerity

Programs

Nucerity 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

PepsiCo

“PepsiCo is proud to be part of the Lean In partnership, as it represents a supportive and integrated approach toward advancing the careers of women in the workplace. Our company’s future depends on strong female talent at every level, as they work with their male associates to both serve and delight our consumers globally.”

Indra K. Nooyi, Chairman & CEO

Programs

PepsiCo 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

PricewaterhouseCoopers

“Leaders profoundly influence the aspirations of the people who work with them, which is why ambition requires mutual accountability. Companies have a responsibility to provide opportunities and support women as they explore career possibilities and life choices. That’s why PwC is leaning in.”

Bob Moritz, US Chairman and Senior Partner

Programs

PricewaterhouseCoopers 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

Royal Bank of Scotland

Programs

Royal Bank of Scotland 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

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

Techmahindra

“We have a leading presence in the fast-paced information technology (IT) industry. With global expertise and seamless cross-platform functionality, we create IT solutions that empower companies to focus on, and enhance their core businesses. Leveraging nearly three decades of experience, we offer innovative solutions that integrate technology with business for several Fortune 100 and 500 companies. Our services are delivered by a triage of companies: ”

Kavita Lal, Learning Consultant and Faculty

Programs

Techmahindra 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

Telefonica

“Diversity remains a priority for us in Telefónica. We are committed to building greater balance in our leadership teams and believe that creating a strong, diverse workforce is critical both now and in the future. Supporting women is one way for us to drive value in our organisation and get closer to our customers and the communities in which we serve.”

Jose Maria Alvarez Pallete, COO

Programs

Telefonica 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

The Walt Disney Company

“Disney’s success comes from our employees bringing their diverse voices and perspectives to the challenge of creating extraordinary consumer experiences. It requires a culture that values the unique talents of individuals and gives them opportunities to grow and achieve their personal ambitions.”

Paul Richardson, Chief Diversity Officer

Programs

The Walt Disney 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

Toyota

“Toyota is leaning in because we believe an inclusive and diverse culture is critical to our success. Women are a driving force throughout our business, and we are proud to foster an environment that cultivates, supports and embraces their success.”

Nan Banks, Sr. Manager

Programs

Toyota 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

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

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

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

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

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

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