TIAA Named a 2021 Best Company for Executive Women by Seramount

Originally published at tiaa.org. TIAA ranked No. 9 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2021.

 

Seramount named TIAA to its “2021 Best Companies for Executive Women” list, which recognizes employers that are leading the way in establishing policies, programs and a corporate culture that cultivate career and leadership opportunities for women. This is the tenth year TIAA has received this distinct recognition, which comes on the heels of being named to several of Seramount’s “Best Companies” list, including “100 Best Companies”, “Best Companies for Dads”, “Best Companies for Multicultural Women.”

“TIAA provides associates with the support we need for success,” said Wendy Harrington, Chief AI and Data Officer. “From continuing education and leadership training to flexibility and hybrid work models, TIAA encourages everyone to be present for loved ones, grow professionally, and be our authentic selves.”

The Top Companies for Executive Women survey evaluates companies on every aspect of women’s advancement, including succession planning, profit-and-loss roles, gender pay parity, support programs and work-life balance programs. Seramount examined policies, programs and leadership demographics of participating companies to find the most definitive list of top workplaces for women who want to advance to the most senior levels.

To learn more about TIAA’s diversity, equity and inclusion priorities, click here.

 

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