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From street art, spoken word poets, 3D avatar platforms, typography, football stadiums and billboards - to celebrities and company marketing campaigns - see how groups marked IWD by mobilizing and engaging their communities to #ChooseToChallenge.
HCL launches their Women Lead program in North America as they celebrate women STEM trailblazers and tech leaders, plus they're partnering with women's football team HJK Helsinki.
Medtronic women have been sharing how they #ChooseToChallenge gender bias and stereotypes in STEM.
Capgemini brings 1,500 new digital roles to the UK this year. A video series showcases Capgemini Invent employees while podcasts explore gender stereotypes in tech and transgender inclusion. Apprentice Priyal Bhanderi chooses to challenge while the company supports its charity partners through the pandemic.
AECOM leaders reinforce diversity commitments and provide career advice as VP Janie Tiedeman discusses unconscious bias. AECOM women discuss key topics from the future of work to infrastructure: Nandita Kaundinya, Dev Rastogi, Lekha Giridharan, Sandra Parét, June Koh and Zoe Humphries. Plus learn how AECOM supports STEM students via their intern program.
Eaton is recruiting for a Product Manager to drive the development of a product strategy, while understanding and identifying customer needs.
Arcadis employees and families pledge to #ChooseToChallenge while Chief People Officer Jacoline Van Blokland raises awareness on Zero Discrimination Day, and Anabelle Randal explains her Drone Pilot role.
Diageo launched industry-leading global menopause guidelines and in the U.S. calls for national paid family leave. The company is helping young people overcome barriers to work, plus hear from Diageo employees and Global Director Caroline Rhodes on why they #ChooseToChallenge.
Cloudera marked International Women's Day with thought-leadership from its Chief Diversity Officer Sarah Shin, an all-female panel debating gender-related issues, and insights from inspiring women.
EBRD sees its women leaders discuss the glass ceiling, plus President Odile Renaud and Gender & Economic Inclusion Director Barbara Rambousek speak about how gender equality relates to sustainability, and Managing Director Heike Harmgart discusses the digital gender gap.
Nottingham Trent University hosted an engaging series of IWD activity and celebrated inspiring women via a virtual event, while Dr Stephanie Giamporcaro is featured in the media.
McDonald's celebrates International Women's Day with statement from Global Chief DE&I Officer and gender-based insights from female employees, plus the company establishes EMPOWER Award to honor the diversity commitment of law firms.
Northrop Grumman Employee Resource Group Women's International Network connects employees globally and Brooke Owens Fellowship Program launches careers, plus discover how Christy Haworth and Teran Nicole Chase work with next generation technology.
Schneider Electric shares insights from CHRO Charise Le while further women are featured: Kelly Becker, Rebecca Jackson, Sharon Cronin, Larisa Oprescu and Alicja Reaney. Plus find out how Estelle Schweizer champions workplace equality and how Charlotte Wagner and Kara Mitchell balance career with family life.
Bazaarvoice women discuss their work: Kate Musgrove, Monika Lakyte, Carlota Berruezo, Caroline Grant, Marissa Jones, Priya Rangaraj, Nancy Maidenberg. Plus applications are open for the Women in STEM scholarship.
WSP publishes annual report that includes details about the company's diversity commitment. Kate Attwood, Rosie Atkins and Suzanna-Massingue discuss their work, while Jasmine Ewers' degree apprenticeship enables her to study while working with the company's HS2 team. Plus read some great advice for female engineers.
Beam Suntory hosts talk on challenging stereotypes by Harvard Professor Laura Huang, while the company celebrates its female brand ambassadors. Plus hear from HR Manager Angela Brandford-Stevenson and learn how Brittney Blackmon went from intern to permanent employee.
Honeywell can support you to become a #futureshaper and help change the way the world works, so learn about career options.
DHL Global Forwarding, Freight has career opportunities as diverse as their teams around the world, so learn more about joining the company.
Oracle uses innovative technologies to tackle real-world problems, so research their jobs and hear from the women who work there.
Lockheed Martin can provide the satisfaction of bringing your best thinking to the toughest challenges confronting humanity - so learn more about their career paths.
Howmet Aerospace is transforming the aerospace and transportation industries. Help them engineer the future, and they’ll expand yours - so find out more.
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