Diversity Woman Magazine

WIN 2019

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

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d i v e r s i t y w o m a n . c o m W i n t e r 2 0 1 9 D I V E R S I T Y W O M A N 37 DW 's BEST 100 Companies for Women's Leadership Development JCPenney Plano, TX Retail • High percentage of female managers/ executives • 55% of CEO and direct reports level are women JLL Chicago, IL Real Estate • High percentage of female managers/ executives • Mentorship programs • Annual Women's Summit invites top female leaders at corporate to network and meet with senior leaders Johnson & Johnson New Brunswick, NJ Pharma- ceutical • Family friendly • 42% female senior managers • 35% female executives • Ranked number one company by DiversityInc JPMorgan Chase New York, NY Financial Services • Family friendly • Mentorship programs • 44% of managers and executives are women Kaiser Permanente Oakland, CA Medical • Mentorship programs • Strong female presence on board • Workforce is so diverse that there is no ethnic or racial majority; 60% of the staff comprises people of color • Five women make up 14-member board of directors Keller Williams Realty Austin, TX Real Estate • Mentorship programs • High percentage of women in leader- ship roles • Two-thirds of board of directors are women The Kellogg Company Battle Creek, MI Food Processing • High percentage of female executives • Mentorship program • 32% of all direct reports to President/CEO are women • More than 50% of participants in the Executive Cross- Cultural Mentoring Program are women KPMG New York, NY* Audit and Tax Advisory • Female CEO • Mentorship programs • High percentage of promotions for man- ager level and above went to women • 43% of promotions to manager level and above went to women Lenovo Morrisville, NC* Computer Hardware • Mentorship programs • Family friendly • Nine-month leadership development program aims to place women into executive roles within two to three years L'Oréal USA New York, NY* Personal Care • High percentage of female managers/ executives • High percentage of promotions for man- ager level and above went to women • 75% of promotions to manager level and above went to women Marriott International Bethesda, MD Hospitality • High percentage of female managers/ executives • High percentage of promotions to man- ager level and above went to women • 55% of promotions to manager level and above went to women MassMutual Financial Group Springfield, MA Financial Services • Mentorship programs • High percentage of promotions to man- ager level and above went to women • 56% of promotions to manager level and above went to women MasterCard Purchase, NY Financial Services • Mentorship programs • High percentage of female managers/ executives • Female representation in the ranks of the company's top-10 percent highest paid has increased by 20 percent over the last four years McDonald's Oak Brook, IL Restaurant • Family friendly • High percentage of female managers • 45% female midlevel managers • 40 days fully paid maternity leave McKinsey & Company New York, NY Management Consulting • Mentorship programs • High percentage of promotions for manager level and above went to women • 45% of managers are women Merck & Co. Kenilworth, NJ Pharma- ceutical • Mentorship programs • High percentage of female managers • High percentage of promotions to man- ager level and above went to women • 50% of promotions to manager level and above went to women • Introduced group mentoring program to enable women to build relationships and network MetLife New York, NY Financial Services • Family friendly • High percentage of promotions for man- ager level and above went to women • 50% of promotions to manager level and above went to women

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