10 women inspiring inclusion on International Women's Day

  • 01 Mar 2024

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It is International Women’s Day – a time to celebrate the fantastic achievements of women across the world.

To mark International Women’s Day, we’re honoring 10 of the most influential women who are inspiring inclusion in 2024.

These remarkable women are not only making strides in their respective fields, but also dedicating their time and expertise to championing diversity and empowering underrepresented voices.

Juliet Randall VP, Global Account-Based Marketing, Salesforce

Juliet leads corporate DEI programs at Salesforce, championing engagement and inclusion. She spearheaded Salesforce’s inaugural Indigenous racial awareness training. She also serves as an Executive Sponsor for Native American Business Resource and Equality Groups. All driven by her passion for representation and equality.

Dipashree Das Head of Partner Growth Marketing, APAC & ANZ, AmazonFuse

Dipashree is an ardent champion for excellence in marketing and for women in leadership positions. She regularly advocates both causes through her speaking engagements, coaching, and mentorship forums. She’s also the host of ‘Bulletproof’ podcast – stories of unputdownable women.

Margaret Molloy Global Chief Marketing Officer, Siegal+Gale

Margaret has dedicated much of her career to inclusion and equality, earning recognition as a sought-after keynote and podcast speaker. Her work towards creating belonging for everyone includes award-winning Women’s Day, LGBT+ Pride, GENZ, Boomer, Black History Month, and Hispanic Heritage event programs.

Maryam Banikarim Co-founder, MaryamB

Maryam is a creative leader and purpose-driven change agent, renowned for advocating diversity and inclusion. As a member of the Fortune Most Powerful Women community and a respected speaker, she’s dedicated to making change happen through diverse perspectives and ideas.

Maggie Chan Jones CEO & Founder, Tenshey Inc.

As a woman of color in the Tech industry, Maggie realized her ascension to the C-suite was rare yet shouldn’t be. She founded Tenshey to help companies deliver on their diversity and inclusion visions and support more women and other minority groups to accelerate leadership development and growth.

Elizabeth Rutledge Chief Marketing Officer, American Express

Elizabeth is passionate about actively cultivating an environment of inclusivity and collaboration, where everyone is encouraged to bring diversity of perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences to the table. She’s also helped develop an LGBT+ Leadership Academy.

Janelle Reiko Sasaki Corporate Responsibility Leader, EY Japan

Janelle is a renowned expert on gender diversity and a key speaker at international events, including the American and British Embassies in Tokyo. She’s the Founder of EY Japan Women Athletes Business Network Academy – an initiative that unlocks the leadership skills of women athletes – and a Global Ambassador Program Mentor.

Anne Chow Board member, 3M, Lead Director & Board Member, FranklinCovey

As a former Fortune 20 divisional CEO, Anne has made an incredible impact, embracing her diverse background as part of her ‘superpower’. She’s a sought-after speaker and equity and inclusion champion. Her many accolades include Thinkers360 Top Leader and Influencer on Culture, and LinkedIn Top Voices on Gender Equity.

Katrina Craigwell Managing Director, Product Lead, JPMorgan Chase & Co

Katrina is a force in championing women and women of color in the marketing industry. She is an Adweek Executive Mentor, ensuring a more inclusive future through the advancement of diverse executives. Alongside this, she’s a Board Member for Step Up, a non-profit organization that guides girls, and those who identify with girlhood, to their success.

Fiona Carter Partner & Chief Marketing Officer, Goldman Sachs

Throughout her career, Fiona has spearheaded many initiatives to improve gender diversity. She’s Co-Chair of SeeHer – a group of media, marketing, and entertainment leaders united in their commitment to eliminate gender bias across the industry.

This International Women’s Day we say thank you to these incredible women for their dedication to effect change and foster a more equitable society. And let’s celebrate women everywhere who are working towards shaping a brighter future for generations to come.

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