Your nominee joins trailblazers
Throughout our publication’s history, we’ve recognized thousands of women from every discipline and industry who are changing our workplaces and our world. From the first woman Secretary of the Interior, Gale Norton, to Hollywood’s first lady of Gender Equality, Academy Award Winner Geena Davis, we have told the stories of some truly amazing women. Some are in their company's primary roles, including Catalyst's Brande Stellings, Xerox's Ursela Burns, Honeywell's Rebecca Liebert, NASA's Vanessa Wyche, ESPN's Rosalyn Durrant, GE's Linda Boff, LinkedIn's former counsel Lora Blum, and The Walt Disney Company's Catherine Powell and Tricia Wilber.
Still others, like GM’s CEO Mary Barra, were destined to achieve success. See some of the stories of Women Worth Watching award winners who have since taken on the role of chief executive officer for their Fortune 500 companies.
Nominate someone from your organization today
Celebrate your women leaders. Visit our nominations page to learn more about the new Women Worth Watching award process, application fee and nomination rules.
The deadline for nominations is May 3rd, 2017.
We look forward to celebrating with you!
James Rector | Publisher
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