Profiles In Diversity Journal - Fall 2019 Issue
Accepting Applications Through February 14, 2020
Profiles in Diversity Journal invites you to participate in the special edition — 2020 Women Worth Watching in STEM.
Supporting women in STEM is an essential part of a worldwide strategy to innovate, educate and build a connected world. Nominate a woman leader in your organization today to get her and her employer the recognition they deserve!
Accepting Applications Through January 10, 2020
Profiles in Diversity Journal invites you to participate in the 12th Annual Diversity Leader Awards.
Profiles in Diversity Journal presents its annual Diversity Leader Award to organizations that are advancing the evolution of diversity and inclusion, and the Diversity Officers who help them achieve that goal.
2019 Women Worth Watching®
Award Winner Poster PDF
Profiles in Diversity Journal — Summer 2019
Celebrate your 2019 Woman Worth Watching award winner by featuring this attractive poster in your office. It has a full size of 36″x48″ and can be sized down by your local printer to your liking.
16th Annual Top Ten Diversity & Inclusion Innovation Winners Announced
CLEVELAND, OH – (December 10, 2019) Profiles in Diversity Journal is proud to announce the winners of its 16th Annual Innovations in Diversity Awards competition, honoring corporations, organizations, and institutions that have developed innovative solutions in the area of workforce diversity, inclusion and human equity. The winners’ innovations are being featured in Profiles in Diversity Journal’s fall 2019 issue, available to view December 13, 2019 at diversityjournal.com, and in print, December 31, 2019.
This evidence-based solution transfers inclusion work to the individual, and focuses on changing behaviors and habits.
The program is designed to help individuals be proactive in making their behavior more inclusive through six habit-building phases—embracing that inclusion matters, understanding biases and their sources, dispersing the negativity associated with unconscious biases, practicing thinking more deliberately, reprogramming incorrect intuitions about others, and becoming more empathetic. It uses small daily activities designed to mitigate biases and microaggressions, while creating new habits of understanding, empathy, and inclusion.
Executives Leading the Way to Excellence in the Workplace, Marketplace and the World
CLEVELAND, OH — (June 19, 2019) Profiles in Diversity Journal today proudly announces 166 winners of the 18th Annual Women Worth Watching® Awards. These leaders join more than 2,000 past Award recipients, (see www.womenworthwatching.com). Some past winners have gone on to become CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, including Mary Barra, currently CEO of General Motors; Lynne Doughtie, CEO of KPMG; Marillyn Hewson, CEO of Lockheed Martin; Michele Buck, CEO of Hershey’s; and Beth Mooney CEO of Key Bank. Countless others have moved forward to lead new business units, drive new markets, launch new ventures, and help develop the next generation of women leaders.