EWNJ President Barbara E. Kauffman was recently featured in an article on HR Daily Advisor discussing the transformation of workplace culture in the wake of COVID-19.
EWNJ recently partnered with BoardSuited to prepare women executives to assume board seats and increase representation in various board service positions. The BoardSuited program, founded by Joyce Brocaglia, will be hosted on a digital platform and it is in line with our goal to support and empower women executives, even through the pandemic. ROI-NJ covered the story.
EWNJ’s signature biennial report on gender diversity was recently cited in an article on ROI-NJ discussing women CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies.
EWNJ President Barbara E. Kauffman was recently featured in Thrive Global discussing the transformation of work culture after the pandemic and how women should lead the shift that will take place in many businesses and organizations.
Former EWNJ President Michellene Davis, Esq., was recently featured in ROI-NJ discussing women’s leadership in a time of crisis.
EWNJ President Elect Anna María Tejada was recently featured in Bisnow discussing Congresswoman Nancy Pinkin’s bill that would require New Jersey companies to reserve board seats for women.
EWNJ President Barbara E. Kauffman was recently featured on The NJBIZ Podcast discussing redevelopment in Newark and efforts to improve diversity in corporate leadership.
On October 29, 2019, Executive Women of New Jersey released our latest report on the number of women serving on boards and in the top leadership of public companies in New Jersey. The report, which is the only one of its kind in the state, was released at our biennial A Seat at the Table Corporate Gender Diversity Awards Breakfast at the APA Hotel Woodbridge in Iselin. The key findings of the report, “A Seat at the Table: Celebrating Women & Board Leadership,” were also presented at the breakfast, which was attended by more than 200 top executives.
Executive Women of New Jersey is proud to announce the release of the 2019 A Seat at the Table Honor Roll. This list consists of publicly traded New Jersey companies that have made a significant impact on gender diversity by appointing 3 or more women to their corporate boards.
Our research shows that companies that have boards with higher numbers of women deliver better returns on equity, sales, and capital. We are proud to showcase the following companies that recognize the value that women bring to the table.
American Water Works Company, Inc.
Ascena Retail Group, Inc.
BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company)
Bed, Bath & Beyond
Campbell Soup Company
CIT Group Inc.
Covanta Holding Corporation
Innophos Holdings Inc.
John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Johnson & Johnson
Mack-Cali Realty Corporation
Merck & Co., Inc.
Middlesex Water Company
New Jersey Resources
Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corporation
Prudential Financial, Inc.
Quest Diagnostics Incorporated
Realogy Holdings Corp.
South Jersey Industries
The Children’s Place
Verisk Analytics, Inc.
EWNJ President Barbara E. Kauffman was recently featured in Asbury Park Press discussing the tax credits that will draw movie and television production back to New Jersey. Click here to read the article.