Dow Leaders Achieve Top Recognition on INvolve’s 2022 Empower Role Model Lists

Originally published at corporate.dow.com. Dow ranked No. 15 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2022.

 

Dow announced that four leaders have earned recognition on three 2022 Empower Role Model lists: Empower 50 Advocates Role Model List, Empower 100 Executives Role and Empower 100 Future Leaders Role Model List.

The Empower Role Model lists showcase business leaders who are breaking down barriers at work for people of color within global business. Honorees are recognized for the success in their own careers and efforts to drive for more inclusive workplaces.

Dow employees selected for Empower Role Model Lists include:

Empower 50 Advocates Role Model List, No. 4
Jim Fitterling, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Executive Sponsor, Global African Affinity Network

Empower 100 Executives Role Model List, No. 12
Mauro Gregorio, President, Performance Materials & Coatings; Latin America oversight
Executive Sponsor, Hispanic and Latin Network

Empower 100 Executives Role Model List
Karen S. Carter, Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Inclusion Officer

Empower 100 Future Leaders Role Model List, No. 11
Shruti Bahadur
, Global Employee Experience and Employee Resource Group Leader

Dow’s ambition is to be the most innovative, customer-centric, inclusive and sustainable materials science company in the world. In 2017, Dow began an intentional journey to cultivate a culture of inclusion, and the Company updated its Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Strategy — ALL IN 2025, which focuses on leading with inclusion, elevating diversity and embedding equity into practices, policies and processes.

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