40+ Women's History Month & International Women's Day Company Celebration Ideas
Every March 8th, International Women's Day serves as a call to action for gender parity.
And throughout the month of March, Women’s History Month recognizes the contributions and achievements women have made throughout history.
The companies below celebrate the women on their teams 365 days of the year, but they were kind enough to share some of the special programming they have in place to commemorate International Women's Day and Women's History Month during the month of March.Keep reading for 40+ Women's History Month & International Women's Day company celebration ideas.
CDW is hosting an internal professional development event on how to be a self-promoter.
"This Women’s History Month, and every month, we're proud to recognize the contributions and achievements of our female coworkers. Our Women’s Opportunity Network (WON) BRG is hosting an internal professional development event on how to be a self-promoter. We will also be spotlighting female coworkers and their stories internally throughout the month. To commemorate International Women’s Day, we will be sharing how coworkers across the globe #EmbraceEquity on our careers blog and on @CDWCareers' Twitter and Instagram."
Stryker signed a commitment to #BreakTheBias.
"Throughout the year, Stryker is committed to raising awareness against bias, taking action for equality and celebrating women’s achievements. During the month of March, our teams dedicate extra attention and effort into celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political accomplishments of women globally. What’s this look like at Stryker? In 2022, Stryker’s Women’s Network (SWN) and Women in Science and Engineering (WISE), two of Stryker’s nine employee resource groups, joined forces to celebrate International Women’s Day and the #BreakTheBias
SWN and WISE coordinated activities and events — such as signing a commitment to #BreakTheBias across Stryker locations to continue bring awareness to the fight for women’s equality.To celebrate Women’s History Month, SWN and WISE focused on sharing the stories of Stryker’s female talent.
Highlights include: Women leading the charge for change, an article sharing our female employees' experiences and perspectives; amplifying women’s influence and success through Stryker’s social platforms; and encouraging Stryker’s global teams to recognize and celebrate female colleagues loudly!
How is our team celebrating Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day in 2023? Make sure to follow Stryker’s social media accounts and #WeAreStryker on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram to see what our teams are up to this year! Are you looking for more ways to celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day? See: 6 Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month."
Relativity is offering weekly programming on wellness, personal development, professional development, and mentorship/allyship.
"Relativity’s Women of the Workplace (RelWoW) Community Resource Group’s mission is to foster an environment that is not constrained by gender norms. As we look to March, RelWoW is steadfast in ensuring programming supports the group’s mission and empowers individuals to lead, grow, connect, and learn. RelWoW is excited to champion International Women’s Day, along with amplifying Equal Pay Day. RelWoW will also have weekly programming for Women’s History Month centered around the theme of wellness, personal development, professional development, and mentorship/allyship."
Veracode is launching an internal women’s affinity group.
"At Veracode, we will be launching an internal women’s affinity group which will focus on providing a supportive space for women to discuss their experiences, a book club, and delivering programming. We will also be issuing an external blog on Veracode.com about stories of accomplished, diverse women in science and tech."
UnitedHealth Group asked women to share what International Women’s Day means to them.
"At UnitedHealth Group, we’re home to women who are making an impact across the full spectrum of health care. We’re passionate about amplifying their voices because diversity is central to who we are as a team. We asked women across the enterprise to share what International Women’s Day means to them as they use their talents to revolutionize health care. Read their responses here."
Autodesk is hosting a fireside chat, a TedX-style talk, and more!
"Women’s History Month is celebrated as a global event at Autodesk in partnership with our Autodesk Women’s Network (AWN) employee resource group (ERG). This year’s theme is 'Create your next chapter – discover, own, evolve!'
We’ll be hosting various events throughout the month aligned to this theme, including a fireside chat with our CMO Dara Treseder and Peloton instructor Tunde Oyeneyin, a luncheon at Autodesk’s annual sales conference, a panel discussion with AWN and our Young Professionals Network ERG, and a TedX-style talk.
We’ll also be highlighting some amazing AWN members on our @AutodeskLife social channels and the Autodesk Life blog"
Collective Insights is hosting an International Women's Day luncheon.
"In late 2021, we reignited our Women's ERG, Women's Insights, with a refreshed mission: To build connection, community, and a sense of confidence among current and future female leaders within the workplace as well as their personal lives.
Since then, we've seen significant engagement through informal touchpoints such as coffee chats, formal discussions, and networking opportunities.
In 2023, we will continue planning activities such as an International Women's Day luncheon, panel discussions with key industry professionals, and fun social events. These occasions are about finding real opportunities to interact, lead, and learn."
GoTo is planning events centered on the IWD campaign theme, #EmbraceEquity.
"Year-round GoTo recognizes the importance of women+ and their allies through our employee resource group (ERG) WE@GoTo, and each March, the ERG amplifies its efforts in celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. GoTo’s programming will reflect this year’s campaign theme, #EmbraceEquity, starting with an event on Equity vs. Equality – opportunities to volunteer, discuss, and reflect with other women+ and allies at the company will follow. Through a mix of on-demand, virtual, and in-person activities and resources, there is no barrier to entry across all seven of our ERGs for employees, regardless of their location or background."
Workiva is going purple to celebrate women at Workiva and beyond.
"On International Women’s Day, Workiva employees all over the globe will be wearing purple to celebrate the great things women are accomplishing at Workiva and beyond. The leaders of our Women’s Business Employee Resource Group (BERG) will highlight the BERG at the All-Company Meeting, and the group is also hosting Women’s History Month trivia. Additionally, everyone is invited to a fireside chat with our newly appointed CEO, Julie Iskow, and EVP and Chief Customer Officer, Penny Ashley-Lawrence. Throughout March, we will highlight our Workiva Women Leaders on our intranet and share charitable giving opportunities that are accelerating women’s equality globally."
Samsara is planning a women in leadership panel.
"Samsara is proud to celebrate the amazing women that make up our global team. This month, our Women of Samsara Employee Resource Group is hosting several events to recognize women’s accomplishments at Samsara and throughout history. Some of this month’s celebrations include a Women in Leadership panel, a charity drive throughout the month supporting the 'Dress for Success' organization, in-person celebrations across 5+ offices, and a Women of Samsara reading salon and book discussion. We look forward to further fostering the Women of Samsara community throughout the year through connections and mentorship."
Aurora Solar is hosting a speed networking event.
"At Aurora, we are kicking off Women’s History Month with an #IWD2023 speed networking event. This will be an opportunity for Women at Aurora to connect with each other in a casual setting to socialize, talk mentorship and build community. In addition, we will be posting weekly content on our internal channels to share stories, celebrate the intersections of women, highlight allyship and show our ongoing support for this years theme #EmbraceEquity."
Mindbody is raising awareness.
"Mindbody’s Women’s Collective Employee Resource Group (ERG) was founded in 2016 with the mission of attracting, advancing, and retaining women throughout our global organization. Women’s Collective was founded as a result of a trend of higher turnover for women in the organization, especially women in product, engineering, and other technical roles. Our founders noticed a need for a community to bring these women together, especially because more often than not, they were the only female members on their team. This group created a safe space to talk about career advancement, discuss how the gender gap is still prevalent today, and provide one another with resources to overcome these challenges. It has grown over the past 7 years to include people of all genders from all different departments across our organization, but the mission remains the same.
As we kick off Women’s History Month, our group’s goal is to bring awareness to female wellness pioneers, as well as share some of our members’ experiences using our own products to invest in their own wellness journeys."
Zapier is highlighting women across the globe.
"To celebrate Women’s History Month, the Women of Zapier Employee Resource Group (ERG) will be highlighting various women across the globe and the contributions they have made to society. Each week, members will be prompted to contribute to a discussion based upon the featured woman of the week. The historical women highlighted will be selected from Mackenzi Lee’s 'Bygone Badass Broads,' with copies gifted to each ERG member.
In addition, Kelly Goss, Zapier Certified Expert and Founder of Solvaa Automation Academy, will be joining us for a workshop where all Zapiens will have the opportunity to participate."
Marqeta is showcasing women in leadership.
"At Marqeta we are proud to celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. Hosted by Marqeta’s Women’s Group and Society of Women in Product Engineering, we will focus on the themes 'Women Who Tell Our Stories' and 'DigitalALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality' for International Women’s Day. Events include a series of panels with a selection of Marqeta’s female leaders focused on journeys to 'Building Your Career.' We will also highlight women who use their platforms for empowerment and host networking events with opportunities to connect and learn about women making an impact across the globe."
Collins Aerospace will be recruiting more great women to join their team.
"Collins Aerospace is excited to celebrate Women’s History Month! Our Women Inspiring Success and Empowerment (WISE) ERG, will be hosting events at our Collins sites, as well as virtually. The UK chapter will be highlighting stories on women’s health in the workplace and our talent acquisition team will be recruiting at the Women in Cyber Security conference in Denver, as well as at WE Locals, sponsored by the Society of Women Engineers. If you see us out and about in March, please feel free to stop by and say hi. Happy Women’s History Month to all of you fabulous women!"
ServiceNow is hosting various events and raising funds to donate to Dress for Success.
"ServiceNow is committed to providing support for gender equity at work and in our communities. For WHM, we’re hosting various events and raising funds to donate to Dress for Success. We take an approach to flexibility and trust that makes life and work integrate in ways that work best for our employees. We support women through our robust leadership development programs, partnerships with nonprofit organizations, such as Girls Who Code and Black Sis, and proactively managing pay equity through the series we’ve developed with our business partners, Women in Tech: Lead On."
Expedia Group is planning events to #EmbraceEquity.
"This March, Expedia Group is celebrating Women's History Month alongside our WELL (Women at Expedia Group Learning & Leading) IBG partners! We've planned multiple events that reflect our 2023 theme of 'Embrace Equity.' Expedians can expect various events including a Global Panel event on International Women's Day and a Women's Day Speed Mentoring event held at our Headquarters in Seattle with our partners at YPIN (Young Professionals International Network).
In addition to events, we've also committed to on-going initiatives and programs that directly empower women not just at Expedia Group but also those interested in joining our team here at EG.
In 2022, WELL brought stories of amazing women in history to the forefront, and the Power of X will continue telling more stories of those who identify as female or femme facing at Expedia. The Power of X utilizes the strength of storytelling and helps share unique experiences and perspectives that we don’t always hear about, but can learn from.
WELL continues to invest in the Return Ticket program which kicked off in 2021 and has since run two impactful cohorts. The Return Ticket program creates an opportunity for those who have taken time off work for caregiving to restart their career with the great teams at Expedia Group!"
Moody's is publishing a new analysis on how gender equality is transforming economies.
"Moody’s considers International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month important occasions to celebrate women and their accomplishments and address the barriers women still face in the workplace and society at large. As part of our mission to promote clarity, knowledge and transparency in the global community, we are publishing fresh analysis during the month of March on how gender equality is transforming economies, finance and business. Visit our Gender and Finance site to learn more. We’ll also host several activities to celebrate with our employees, including a fireside chat featuring female leaders within Moody’s."
Netskope is celebrating women’s achievements, raising awareness about discrimination, and driving gender parity.
"Our Awesome Women of Netskope (AWON) affinity group is geared up to celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day (IWD). We are celebrating women’s achievements, raising awareness about discrimination, and driving gender parity throughout the month of March. Team AWON will be hosting an International Women’s Day event on March 8th and launching a month-long celebration and recognition of our phenomenal female trailblazers here at Netskope. Our Netskopers will be encouraged to engage and participate in workshops, discussions, and celebrations as we continue to educate ourselves and endeavor towards a world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination."
Guru is hosting a prom dress drive.
Julia Soffa, Guru's Principal Internal Communications Manager
"We have a number of active and impactful employee resource groups at Guru. One such group is ‘Guru Women,’ which I have the privilege of co-chairing. The group is busy all year round, but International Women’s Day gives us an opportunity to come together and share new ideas for how best to celebrate women and non-binary people both at Guru and within our communities. To spark ideas for how to mark the occasion this year, we sourced suggestions from within the group and chose one that aligns closely with our core values. This year we decided to host a prom dress drive and a dress-for-success drive. We’re partnering with organizations in cities where Guru employees are based and will be donating new and previously loved dresses to support our communities. The drive will kick off in March and continue through April, and we’ll be sharing updates and ways to participate on our social channels.We’ll also be hosting a special gathering of the Guru Women’s Book Club, which is another popular initiative the group runs. Every quarter, we select a book for everyone to read before meeting virtually to discuss key themes, takeaways, and learnings. Members can use their ERG budget to purchase the book, which is just one of many ways Guru invests in its ERGs and in developing a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. I’m grateful to work alongside many impressive women and non-binary people at Guru, and together we’re looking forward to marking International Women’s Day in a way that celebrates their work and has a positive impact in our communities."
Quote from Julia Soffa, Guru's Principal Internal Communications Manager
Tackle.io is encouraging employees to share their favorite women trailblazers in history, both famous and personal.
"To honor Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, Tackle will celebrate by encouraging employees to share their favorite women trailblazers in history, both famous and personal. Our women’s employee resource group will highlight women in history and within our organization to inspire the women of the future. The ERG will explore courageous conversation topics like 'How women can shape the future of work.' Our partnership with Modern Health will provide digital resources, programs, and guided meditations tailored to the unique needs and challenges of women. We’re committed to supporting and empowering women within and beyond our organization."
ORTEC is celebrating International Women’s Day with a Tea Blending Workshop hosted by Just Add Honey.
"This women-only event is centered around recognizing and appreciating the remarkable contributions and achievements of ORTEC’s female employees to the team. It will to be a fun and interactive experience that brings everyone together, allowing us to bond and learn something new. We can’t wait to create some unique tea blends and celebrate the creativity and diversity of our team. Empowering and supporting women in the workplace is crucial to us, and we are excited to show our appreciation to our female employees through this collaborative event!"
2U is celebrating Women’s History Month with events that honor and recognize the accomplishments and journey women have undergone for equity.
"The Women’s Alliance Network (W.A.N.), 2U’s business resource network for women and their allies, is celebrating Women’s History Month with events that honor and recognize the accomplishments and journey women have undergone for equity. These events aim to draw attention to issues that are central to women’s empowerment, such as equal pay and gender disparities. W.A.N.’s theme for Women’s History Month 2023 is Embrace Equity with each week dedicated to a core pillar of W.A.N. Events throughout the month will include a kick off, guest speakers & panels, and a book club."
Okta is highlighting impactful women making a difference in the world.
"Throughout Women’s History Month, Okta’s Women at Okta (W@Okta) ERG will be highlighting impactful women making a difference in the world, and will lead a variety of events and initiatives to foster deeper relationships within our globally distributed team members. W@Okta leaders will be presenting at the Company All Hands in celebration of International Women’s Day, host special guest speaker Lantaya Mapp Frett, President & CEO of Global Fund for WOmen and author of “The Everyday Feminist: The Key to Sustainable Social Impact,” on March 15th, and collaborate with the Vets at Okta ERG to host a fireside on March 22nd."
Pluralsight is discussing how equity plays an important role in all aspects of life.
"Women at Pluralsight will be celebrating through the theme of #EmbraceEquity. We will be celebrating International Women’s Day by involving our other ERGs, See Color and Pride at Pluralsight, to join us in discussing how equity plays an important role in all aspects of life. We are hoping through this discussion, we can open up ways to embrace equity in professional and personal life. We will encourage everyone to join in the conversation via Slack, in case people cannot make the event. We will also be posting a blog post on our intranet, with encouragement on how to learn more about Women’s History Month."
Realtor.com is leading a series of events and initiatives to celebrate the meaningful progress women have made.
"One of Realtor.com’s employee resource groups, Inspiring Women, is leading a series of events and initiatives to celebrate the meaningful progress women have made and recognize the things we’re still working to accomplish. We’re facilitating a leadership panel discussion to explore the successes women in tech fields are achieving, hosting a networking event and discussion to connect women within Realtor.com, and commemorating International Women’s Day through our Jeopardy-style trivia event focused on the rich history of women. We’ll use Women’s History Month backgrounds for our virtual meetings, enjoy a Spotify playlist celebrating women artists through time, and support a few women-focused charities."
Nestlé is hosting a variety of live and virtual events for their employees to focus on and honor this year’s theme to #EmbraceEquity across the organization.
"In celebration of Women’s History Month, Nestlé’s DE&I team and Women’s Employee Resource Groups are hosting a variety of live and virtual events for their employees to focus on and honor this year’s theme to #EmbraceEquity across the organization. These range from discussions with female educators, female employee roundtables and lectures from leadership, wellness sessions, and weekly fireside chats focusing on #EmbraceEquity through the eyes of allies, influencers and leaders."
Haliburton is inviting employees from around the world to talk about how they #EmbraceEquity.
"In celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, Halliburton’s Women Sharing Excellence (WSE) employee resource group is inviting employees from around the world to talk about how they #EmbraceEquity. As part of the month-long celebration, WSE is hosting a BIG event to reflect on its accomplishments over the past 10 years and share its vision for the future. It is remarkable that WSE started in a small boardroom with a few employees and has evolved to more than 12 global chapters with more than 1,400 active members and counting!"
SoftwareOne is leading the way in championing women's advancement in tech careers.
"SoftwareOne is leading the way in championing women's advancement in tech careers. With our unwavering commitment to cultivating female talent, it's no wonder SoftwareOne's President of North America, Ashely Baird, is just one of many women who have risen through our ranks. Our celebration of women's history month features a ground-breaking collaboration between SoftwareOne's North American and Latin American federations. Together, we'll host a panel discussion that welcomes women from different industries, generations, and cultures to discuss the challenges women face in the workplace, focusing on actionable steps and valuable resources for our 'Swomies.'"
Skedulo is launching its first Employee Resource Group — Women of Skedulo — on International Women’s Day.
"At Skedulo, we are excited for the launch of our first Employee Resource Group (ERG), Women of Skedulo, on International Women’s Day (IWD). At our launch, we are facilitating meaningful dialogue around this year’s IWD theme of #EmbraceEquity and sharing our initiatives around fostering an inclusive community, providing education, and advancing professional development.
As part of IWD, we are focused on global participation and engagement in an in-person/virtual Fun Run in support of Breast Cancer Awareness. Skedulo will also host a Navigating Tech Career event in partnership with Girls in Tech Vietnam."
Elastic is hosting various events to recognize women leaders, inside and outside of Elastic.
"Women of Elastic employee resource group (ERG) is hosting various events to recognize women leaders (inside and outside of Elastic) and their accomplishments beyond the workplace. On International Women’s Day, they’re hosting a virtual happy hour for ERG members to connect and celebrate with one another. Non-profits Southall Black Sisters, Bloody Good Period, Story Circle Network Inc and STEM from Dance will enlighten Elasticians and provide support opportunities for their respective missions. Finally, the ERG is hosting a tech talk featuring members (open to the public, register here).
Check out the Culture Blog for more stories about life at Elastic."
PagerDuty is matching donations to the Period Project or Kiva.org.
"To live out this year’s IWD theme 'Embracing Equity,' PagerDuty is focused on celebrating Women’s History Month through an Intersectional Lens. At the helm is our Employee Resource Group (ERG), SisterDuty — along with Elevate, Array, and Illuminate ERGs.Throughout March, we’ll offer programming seeking to uplift and inform our team. We’ll have everything from mentorship events, to a panel with Advocates for Equity, to STEM-focused speakers during our biannual Hackweek, to company-wide Slack posts spotlighting 'Women and Gender Minorities Forging Change in the World.' There will be thoughtful discussion and fun along the way with Bookclubs centered on Hood Feminism, The Joy Luck Club, and even some WHM Trivia! We will also provide each Dutonian (PagerDuty employee) with an opportunity to give back to their communities by matching donations to the Period Project or Kiva.org."
HashiCorp is encouraging employee engagement through educational events.
"For Women’s History Month, HashiCorp plans to celebrate by having our employees engage with each other in fun and educational events,while uplifting women’s voices in many different ways. Our Women of HashiCorp Employee Resource Group will host a virtual 'Women’s History Month Trivia Night' where employees worldwide can compete to test their knowledge of Women’s History.
For International Women’s Day on March 8th, employees based in Europe will be hosting a LinkedIn Live session on 'Embracing Equity in Tech.'"
Atlassian is matching employee donations to organizations that support early education for young women.
"At Atlassian, we live by our value, 'Be the Change You Seek,' and strive to provide employees with opportunities for education and change for International Women's Day and Women's History Month.This month, we are hosting an employee fireside chat with Atlassian's President Anutthara Bharadwaj hosted by our Women+ employee resource group (ERG) community about the importance of representation and inclusion. Atlassian Foundation is matching employee donations to organizations that support early education for young women, like Code.org, which supports students in learning computer science globally, and Room to Read, which supports literacy through their Girls Education Program."
RTB House is getting competitive with a virtual trivia game.
"Our Culture Committee at RTB House curates opportunities for our U.S. team to participate in fun, interactive, and informative events each month. In March we’re excited to be gathering in celebration of Women’s History Month/International Women’s Day, and we’ll group into teams for another friendly, competitive virtual trivia game to learn about the women who have changed the world for the better. RTB House will also make donations to select nonprofit organizations that empower women and who are working to advance women’s rights."
Arch Insurance is discussing the difference between equity and equality.
"Arch joins the world in celebrating Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day with events hosted by Arch’s Women and Allies Employee Network. On March 8, the network will host a webinar featuring keynote speaker Cara Power, who’ll provide guidance on having an unshakable mindset. On March 16, several of Arch’s human resources leaders will join a panel discussion to talk about the difference between equity and equality. An interactive session on leadership styles will provide an overview of the DiSC model on March 29. And throughout the month, the network will sponsor a donation drive for Dress for Success."
UKG is hosting a speed networking session, book discussions, leadership connections, and more.
"At UKG, we celebrate the successes of our amazing female U Krewers all year long, but Women’s History Month is a particularly busy time of year. Our employee resource group FIRE (Female Inclusion, Resilience & Excellence) Up cultivates an inclusive and supportive community, and their efforts now and throughout the year aim to advance equity for all women. This March, they are hosting events such as: speed networking, book discussions, leadership connections, a session on personal branding, a clothing drive, and several other local and virtual events. Learn more about Life at UKG on LinkedIn and Instagram. #WeAreUKG"
Cummins is supporting advocacy grants that have impacted over 2.2 million girls and women in India.
"In India, multiple initiatives, interventions, and projects are underway to tackle gender inequality in our communities through ‘Cummins Powers Women,' a global strategic program that reinforces Equality of Opportunity. One of the initiatives is a tie-up with the global non-profit organization, 'Rise Up,' that helps uplift women and initiate real-world changes at local and national levels. Other initiatives include 'Gift of Learning', ‘Girls’ Voice Initiative,' and more, which actively work across the country to create a large-scale positive impact in empowering women and girls in India. Through these efforts, we have supported 25 advocacy grants and impacted over 2.2 million girls and women through policy implementation across four laws and 15 government schemes."
T. Rowe Price is unpacking money myths.
"WAVE, our employee-led network focused on supporting women at T. Rowe Price, has planned an engaging program of events throughout March linked to this year’s International Women’sDay theme of #EmbraceEquity. This includes a keynote speaker event with financial expert Stacey Tisdale on how personal financial decisions and experiences can be impacted by gender and how women can take practical steps to ‘unlearn’ money myths that negatively impact our financial wellbeing. Associates across the firm will also be invited to share allyship pledges in support of gender equity and join local in-office celebrations to mark this important date."
Dassault Systemes local offices are streaming the official IWD Conference on March 8th.
"Through Dassault Systemes Women’s Initiative (WIN) global program, Dassault Systemes commits to leveraging gender diversity across our organization in order to succeed. For this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD), we will be participating in the official 2023 theme of #EmbraceEquity. On March 8th, our local offices will be holding a variety of events including streaming the official IWD Conference. We recognize supporting gender diversity is important all year round and have created programs such as RiseUP and All-In to support women in career progression and building leadership skills."
Raytheon is showcasing women in leadership.
"At Raytheon, Women’s History Month will be celebrated through a series of social media posts and internal/external feature stories showcasing our talented female leaders. Additionally, our Women’s Employee Resource Group, RTX Wise, has events planned across many of our regions and facilities designed to put a spotlight on the power of women."
Condé Nast is conducting a Perfect Your Pitch workshop.
Condé Nast's Women's Network is offering programming all month long covering topics like supporting the next generation, positive allyship, and how to perfect your pitch.
Qualtrics is powering mentorship.
"Our main global event is our keynote speaker on March 15th — we are welcoming Iris Bohnet, Swiss Harvard professor and economist. Our main resource is our Employee Resource Group, Women’s Leadership Development. We frequently share employee stories from our WLD group and have mentorship programs setup within the community to ensure women have every opportunity to succeed."
Visa is working for a brighter future for women, everywhere.
"Our purpose to uplift everyone, everywhere, by being the best way to pay and be paid, Visa is committed to cultivating an inclusive and diverse environment that values the unique identities and lived experiences of our employees.
In recognition of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month globally, Visa celebrates the empowerment, achievements, and contributions of women throughout history and today.
Under the theme, #EmbraceEquity” together, Visa employees will have opportunities to attend a variety in-person and virtual events, community-building activities and be offered employee giving opportunities to women-owned small businesses through the Kiva program and Visa Foundation.
Learn more about #LifeAtVisa here."
Arrow Electronics is participating in industry events focused on increasing diversity in technology.
"'We are collectively stronger and more innovative when we have different views, opinions and perspectives at the table.' — Kristin Russel President, Global ECS
To support Arrow’s Advancement of Women in Technology, we are growing a global network of empowered women who serve as role models and mentors for all women across the organization. In addition, Arrow participates in industry events focused on increasing diversity in technology."
Pitney Bowes is helping women win.
"Pitney Bowes celebrates International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month in the U.S. with the theme #WomenWin@PB. This reflects our long-standing history of supporting opportunities for the advancement and growth of women. We have a variety of resources and activities highlighting the experiences, voices and achievements of women including a series of interviews with women leaders, discussion groups on topics relevant to women and a global broadcast of a conversation with women in our C-Suite: Ana Chadwick, Executive VP & CFO; Shemin Nurmohamed, Senior VP and President, SendTech Solutions; and Debbie Pfeiffer, President, Presort Services."
Walters Kluwer is creating an inclusive work environment in which everyone can feel free to express themselves
Photo of Garima Saraf
"At Wolters Kluwer the talent of every individual is valued, regardless of gender. Being part of Wolters Kluwer means being part of our diverse and inclusive culture in a global environment. Here we’re creating an inclusive work environment in which everyone can feel free to express themselves. Gender equality is very important to us, and we have the numbers to back it up: 47% of Non-Managers, 39% of Managers, 31% of Executives, and 50% of the Executive Board members are women, which means 46% of our entire workforce. And we’re grateful for each and every one of them.
We’re celebrating Women’s History Month by sharing stories about some of our people. You can read Garima’s story here: Garima Saraf, Lead Product Engineer | Wolters Kluwer"