Tag: KeyCorp

Innovative Tactics to Recruit Women in Tech

By Tamika Cody There is still a perception that the field of technology is a male dominated industry. However, KeyBank, a subsidiary ofKeyCorp(number 49 on the DiversityInc Top 50), makes it a point to keep the male to female ratio in its technology divisions in proportion. Amy Brady Amy Brady,…

Julie Sweet, Accenture, chief executive officer

Accenture Names First Woman As US Group Chief Executive

Accenture’s announcement that Julie Spellman Sweet has been promoted to Group Chief Executive-North America means that as of next month, four of the six major consulting firms will have women leaders (Deloitte, IBM and KPMG are the others). Virginia Rometty became Chairman, CEO and President of IBM in 2012. Deloitte…

Top Companies for Women: What 3 Best Practices They All Have

By Barbara Frankel and Shane Nelson Photo by Shutterstock What makes a company a really good place for women to reach their full potential An analysis of data of The 2015 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity shows the top companies for women all have: Strong, cross-cultural mentoring programs with…

Men Named John Outnumber Women in Key Leadership Positions

By Michael Nam Justin Wolfers, a Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the University of Michigan, highlighted the lack of women in charge of financial and political institutions with a darkly amusing ratio he calls the Glass Ceiling Index. In his New York Times Upshot column, Wolfers was apparently…

Inclusion & Economic Prosperity in Greater Cleveland

ADVERTISING SECTION By Emily Haile Avon, Ohio, resident Al “Bubba” Baker was able to expand his barbecue business last year thanks to a new investment program designed to grow business in Northeast Ohio. A $50,000 microloan from the Economic and Community Development Institutea partner of the Greater Cleveland Partnershipenabled the…

5 Great Regional Companies for Diversity

In trying to find a way to showcase the diversity-management efforts of locally based organizations that can’t compete on the scale of national and multinational corporations, we conducted a competition based on a 50-question subset of The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity survey. It included essential questions in the…

How Talent Development Helped This Woman Became CEO of a Major Bank

What helped this woman become CEO of a major corporation KeyCorp’s Beth Mooney attributes her rise in management to humor, perseverance, and an early mentor who emphasized the need for talent development through further education. The hiring manager at her first banking job hired Mooney on the condition that she…

What Does It Take for a Woman to Become CEO

Getting women to the top of most organizations is a common issue, especially the CEO spot. Here’s an interview with one woman who rose to the top in a male-dominated industry and became CEO and chairman of KeyCorp, a top 20 U.S. bank. How did Beth Mooney do it In…

Diversity Drives Cleveland's Economic Development, Recovery

Once known as a “rust-belt” region, Greater Cleveland is on the cusp of economic recoverythanks, in part, to the collaborative efforts of local organizations to recruit, retain, promote and open contracting bids to people of all ages and abilities, races and religions. Headquartered within an eight-county area in northeast Ohio,…