2021 Women Worth Watching® In Leadership Award

Profiles in Diversity Journal 2021 Women Worth Watching In Leadership Award

Profiles in Diversity Journal invites you to participate in our 20th Annual Women Worth Watching® in Leadership Awards

Due to many requests for additional time the nominations deadline has been EXTENDED TO FRIDAY APRIL 23.

Nominate Today!

2020 Summer Issue Women Worth Watching® Edition

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2021 Diversity Teams Award

Join PDJ in Recognizing Your Organization’s Diversity Team… and Celebrating the Inclusive Nature of Teams

Profiles in Diversity Journal 2021 Diversity Teams Award

Accepting Nominations Through April 23, 2021

Profiles in Diversity Journal invites you to participate in our Diversity Team Award, in which we will recognize the talented and dedicated team whose work is supporting and advancing diversity and inclusion in your organization and across the globe.

Profiles in Diversity Journal
2021 Indigenous Leaders Worth Watching Award

Nominations are now open for the 1st Annual Indigenous Leaders Worth Watching Awards

Profiles in Diversity Journal 2021 Indigenous Leaders Worth Watching International Award

Accepting Nominations Through May 14, 2021

For more than two decades, Profiles in Diversity Journal has showcased and honored individuals who have blazed new trails, led the way, mentored others, advanced diversity and inclusion in the workplace and the community, and excelled in their chosen fields. In the upcoming summer issue of the magazine, PDJ will recognize Indigenous Leaders with our first-ever Indigenous Leaders Worth Watching Awards.

Profiles in Diversity Journal Announces its Women Worth Watching® in STEM Award Winners for 2021

Breaking the Barriers: SCIENCE – TECHNOLOGY – ENGINEERING – MATHEMATICS

Profiles in Diversity Journal Announces its Women Worth Watching® in STEM Award Winners for 2021

CLEVELAND, OH, March 19, 2021Profiles in Diversity Journal announced today names of the 28 Women Worth Watching in STEM® Award winners for 2021. The winners will be profiled in the magazine’s upcoming 2021 spring issue.

Are there Women Worth Watching®
in your organization?

Below is a list of our CEO alumni that we’re proud to say have been Women Worth Watching.

NameCompanyYear WWWCEO
Mary T. BarraGeneral Motors20112013
Lynne DoughtieKPMG20152015
Ursula BurnsXerox20032009-2016
Ellen KullmanDuPont20042009-2015
Marillyn HewsonLockheed Martin20052013
Lynn L. ElsenhansSunoco20032008-2012
Beth MooneyKey Bank20072011
Patricia WoertzArcher Daniels Midland20042009-2014
Michele BuckHershey Company20052017
Patricia KamplingAlliant Energy20102012
Deborah GillisCatalyst - Workplaces That Work For Women20102014-2018
Ilene H. LangCatalyst - Workplaces That Work For Women20052008-2013
Karen S. LynchCVS Health20192021
Frances AllenCheckers Rally’s20142020
Alex Johnston360 Concussion Care20152020

19 News – The Next 400

Westlake man chronicling diversity success stories in workplaces across the country for the last 20 years

Westlake man chronicles diversity success stories in workplaces across the country

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – In 1999 Jim Rector published the first diversity magazine in the country, which is now recognized internationally.

Now Available! 2019 Women Worth Watching®
Award Winner Poster

Profiles in Diversity Journal – Summer 2019

2019 Women Worth Watching Award Winner Poster

Celebrate your 2019 Woman Worth Watching award winner by featuring this attractive poster in your office. It has a full size of 24″ x 36″ and will take 3-4 weeks for delivery from purchase date.

Announcing the 2020 Women Worth Watching® Award Winners

Women Leading the Way to Excellence in the Workplace, Marketplace, and the World

Press Release Announcing the 2020 Women Worth Watching Award Winners

[CLEVELAND, OH, June 8, 2020] Profiles in Diversity Journal® is pleased to announce the 67 winners of the magazine’s 19th annual Women Worth Watching® Awards. These outstanding leaders join more than 2,000 past Award recipients, including some past winners who have gone on to become CEOs of Fortune 500 companies: Mary Barra, chairman and CEO of General Motors; Lynne Doughtie, chairman and CEO of KPMG; Marillyn Hewson, chairman, president, and CEO of Lockheed Martin; Michele Buck, chairman, president, and CEO of Hershey’s; and Beth Mooney, recently retired chairman and CEO of Key Bank. Other awardees have led key business units, driven new markets, launched their own ventures, and helped develop the next generation of women leaders.

Profiles in Diversity Journal - 2021 Awards Open! - Nominate Today!

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