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WIN 2019

Leadership and Executive Development for women of all races, cultures and backgrounds

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DW 's BEST 100 Companies for Women's Leadership Development Eli Lilly and Company Indianapolis, IN Pharma- ceutical • High percentage of promotions to manager level and above went to women • 31% of top 10 percent of earners are women • Nearly half of the executive committee is made up of women Ernst & Young LLP New York, NY* Professional Services • Sponsorship programs • High percentage of promotions to man- ager level and above went to women • 45% of employees are women • 44% of promotions to manager level and above went to women Finnegan, Hen- derson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP Washington, DC Legal • High percentage of female managers/ executives • Family friendly • 55% of employees are women • 40% of managers and executives are women FINRA Washington, DC Financial Services • Family friendly • Mentorship programs • 44% of employees who participate in management and leadership training are women First Horizon National Corp. Memphis, TN Financial Services • High percentage of promotions to man- ager level and above went to women • 67% of promotions to manager level and above went to women Fleishman- Hillard St. Louis, MO Public Relations • High percentage of promotions to man- ager level and above went to women • High percentage of female managers • 55% of corporate executives are women • 65% of promotions to manager level and above went to women Gap San Francisco, CA Retail • High percentage of female managers/ executives • High percentage of promotions to manager level and above went to women • 62% of senior managers are women • 52% of corporate executives are women • 70% of promotions to manager level and above went to women Genentech South San Francisco, CA Biotechnology • Family friendly • High percentage of female managers/ executives • 47% female managers/executives • 50% of employees telecommute General Electric Boston, MA Conglomerate • Family friendly • Mentorship programs • 15 weeks fully-paid maternity leave • For more than 20 years, the GE Women's Network has supported female employees' professional development and cultivated women's leadership General Mills Golden Valley, MN Food Processing • High percentage of female managers/ executives • 47% female managers/executives General Motors Detroit, MI Automotive • Mentorship programs • Female CEO • Partnership with Zeta Phi Beta sorority to recruit African American women • Mary T. Barra has been CEO since 2014 Goldman Sachs New York, NY Commercial Banks • Mentorship programs • Family friendly • Mentoring program supports parents-to-be and new parents returning to work The Hershey Company Hershey, PA Food Processing • Female CEO • High percentage of female executives • 44% of executive committee is female Hilton Hotels & Resorts McLean, VA Hospitality • High percentage of promotions for man- ager level and above went to women • Mentorship programs • Ginni Rometty has been CEO since 2011 • IBM hosts regular workshops with Black Girls Who Code HP Palo Alto, CA Computer Hardware • Mentorship programs • Building Innovative Leaders program was 43% women in 2017 • Board of Directors is 40% female IBM Armonk, NY IT Consulting • Female CEO • Family friendly • Mentorship programs Intel Santa Clara, CA Semi- conductors • Family friendly • Mentorship programs • Working with HBCUs to develop and recruit African American talent 36 D I V E R S I T Y W O M A N W i n t e r 2 0 1 9 d i v e r s i t y w o m a n . c o m

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