Sep 12 2017

The 2017 NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women #top #executive #education #programs


The 2017 NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women

At this year’s winning companies, women run billion-dollar lines of business, fill board seats and occupy CEO jobs. When great companies foster cultures that nurture and appreciate professionals of all stripes, their highest ranks can fill up with smart and dedicated leaders who know exactly what customers need.

Click here to find out why career expert and CEO Sallie Krawcheck says working moms should expect the unexpected when it comes to their careers.

Click here to see all of the data on this year’s NAFE Top Companies, including the percentages of managers, executives and board members who are women.

Click here for the executive summary of the NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women, which shows aggregated data on the winning companies—including how this year’s winners stack up to previous years’.

About NAFE

The National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) is one of the largest associations for women professionals and business owners in the country. Through education, networking and public advocacy, it provides resources that empower members to achieve both career and personal success. NAFE is a division of Working Mother Media. For information about becoming a member of NAFE or participating in the organization’s programs and events, visit .

To register your company for the 2017 NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women application or any of Working Mother Media’s other Best Companies initiatives, visit .


The 2017 National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) Top Companies for Executive Women application includes more than 200 questions on female representation at all levels, but especially the corporate officer and profit-and-loss leadership ranks. The application tracks how many employees have access to programs and policies that promote the advancement of women, and how many employees take advantage of them. The application also examines how companies train managers to help women advance, and how managers are held accountable for the advancement of female employees they oversee.

We invite applications from for-profit companies that have at least 1,000 U.S. employees as well as two women on their boards of directors. Nonprofit companies are welcome to apply for the separate NAFE Top 10 Nonprofit Companies list. The 2017 company profiles are culled from submitted applications and reflect 2015 data.


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