Juliette Pryor is a public company corporate director and a skilled public and private company c-suite executive with 25+ years of business experience. She has deep experience in the board
The mission of DirectWomen is to increase the representation of women lawyers on corporate boards. DirectWomen identifies leading women lawyers from around the country who are able to provide the experience, independence, and business judgment required for board effectiveness. Through its various programs, DirectWomen develops and positions women attorney leaders for board service. DirectWomen also serves as a resource for companies seeking qualified women board candidates.
In order to conduct the annual Board Institute and other programs, we rely on the support of corporate and law firm sponsorships, as well as individual donations. Join the coalition of leading companies, AmLaw 100 law firms, and individual donors who reinforce their commitment to board diversity by supporting DirectWomen.
If you are interested in sponsoring, please contact Executive Director Shawn Taylor Kaminski ([email protected]) or call DirectWomen at (833) 239-6636.
DirectWomen’s network includes:
- More than 250 Board Institute alumnae
- 56 honorees
- A vibrant group of volunteers, including CEOs, directors of large public companies, executive search firm principals and other leaders of the business community
Forty one percent (41%) of DirectWomen alumnae have been elected to serve on at least one corporate board.
DirectWomen is grateful to the ever-growing network of individuals and organizations that support our work.
DirectWomen is an independent 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions to DirectWomen are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by the law.
Thank you for your support of DirectWomen’s important work!
Kellye Walker, Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of Eastman Chemical Company (NYSE: EMN), is a seasoned senior executive with over 25 years of experience helping publicly traded companies
Sarah Dodds-Brown is a strategic business partner and enterprise thinker who effectively anticipates challenges and thoughtfully influences change and evolution. Over the course of her career at American Express, Sarah