Year: 2014 Company: Fannie Mae Title: Vice President, Customer Engagement, Business Development
I was well into my career before I understood what a mentor was or why having one was important, but I always had strong, positive role models from whom I learned how to thrive in business and in life.
Year: 2014 Company: AT&T Title: Senior Vice President, Talent Development and Chief Diversity Officer
Though mergers and acquisitions have changed the names, I’ve been fortunate to work for the same company my entire career—one that values diversity, practices inclusion, and rewards individual performance.
Year: 2014 Company: Oliver Wyman Title: Managing Partner, Health and Life Sciences Practice
The role of the leader is to harness and use the power of the team. Everyone has an opinion about leadership, but almost no one mentions the best aspect of being a leader: A leader is never alone. She has a team.
From a freshman engineering class of 5 percent women to leading the supply chain organization for a global corporation, I’ve seen firsthand the positive impact diversity of thought, talent, and background can bring to any organization.