For International Women's Day, McDonald's celebrated women across the globe who make the company a great place to work


McDonalds celebrates the work of its women employees for IWD

McDonald's celebrates the work of its women employees for IWD

 March 17, 2020

To mark International Womens Day, McDonald's published a series of articles celebrating the work and achievements of some of the company's female employees.

Here are a few of the women McDonald's proudly featured as part of its 'McFamily' and who help make the company a great place to work:

Melanie Hoffman unites future leaders

Melanie (pictured above) is a proud McDonald's fan on the U.S. Brand and Menu Strategy Team who is helping unite future leaders across the business ... more

Danielle Paris knows about great coffee

Danielle is a member of the McDonald's Culinary Innovation and Commercialization team and a self-proclaimed “coffee geek” who helped perfect McDonald’s Premium Roast Coffee ... more

Cathy Engelbert joins Board of Directors

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Cathy is the first-ever WNBA Commissioner and the newest member of McDonald’s Board of Directors ... more.

Natasha Brown's unique path to parenthood

IWD

Natasha is a member of the Global Menu Strategy team whose unique path to parenthood illuminated how McDonald’s truly is a place where you can bring your whole self to work ... more

Charlotte West is a Progressive Young Farmer

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Charlotte is a former participant in McDonald’s UK-based Progressive Young Farmer program who represents the future of the agriculture industry ... more

Join women colleagues working at McDonald's

There are many women making a difference working in rewarding jobs at McDonald's.

If you want to join talented workers like Melanie, Danielle, Cathy, Natasha and Charlotte, search and apply for open positions.

 

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