Ruth Bader Ginsburg Board Diversity Award Honorees

The Ruth Bader Ginsburg Board Diversity Award honors corporations that have served as leaders in the effort to achieve board diversity, as illustrated by the critical mass of women directors on their boards and their strong commitment to diversity in the boardroom.


DirectWomen is proud to present its 2021 Board Diversity Award to ViacomCBS.  As of 2020, ViacomCBS’s board includes seven women directors, four of whom hold

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DirectWomen is proud to present its 2019 Board Diversity Award to PNC. As of 2019, PNC’s board includes four women directors, one of whom holds a J.D. Three

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DirectWomen was proud to present its 2018 Board Diversity Award to ConocoPhillips. As of 2018, the board of ConocoPhillips included four women directors, one of

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Visa Inc.

DirectWomen is proud to present its 2017 Board Diversity Award to Visa, Inc. As of 2017, Visa’s board includes two women lawyers who are former

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General Electric

In 2015, DirectWomen proudly presented its first Board Diversity Awards to General Electric Company and The Procter & Gamble Company. GE has long been celebrated

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Mallun Yen

As a repeat founder, operator, public company officer, and tech executive, Mallun Yen is known for launching and growing enterprise businesses using a data-driven approach to disrupt industry conventions and

Sheri H. Edison

Until her retirement in June, 2021, Sheri Edison served as Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Amcor plc, a global leader in the development and production of responsible packaging

DeLisa Alexander

Overview: An accomplished executive leader and board director, DeLisa Alexander brings more than 25 years of unique experience in open leadership, with notable contributions across board governance, shareholder value creation,