WomenInc., a leading magazine dedicated to comprehensive coverage of women’s achievement in business, announced its 2019 Most Influential Corporate Directors. The winter issue of WomenInc. features an exclusive profile on Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors Company, with an array of compelling articles examining the success of women professionals and entrepreneurs.
Atlanta, GA: WomenInc. magazine announced the release of its 2019 WomenInc.’s Most Influential Corporate Directors listing in the upcoming winter 2019 edition. WomenInc.’s winter edition features a directory of more than 700 directors serving on the boards of S&P 1000/Mid-Cap publicly held companies. As a leading business magazine reporting on women’s success and achievement, the Women Inc.’s Most Influential Corporate Directors issue is the most comprehensive listing of women executives, influencers and achievers contributing leadership to corporate boards.
“It is essential that the achievements and success of professional women are showcased in the highest regard and their stories are told in meaningful ways. WomenInc. is proud to recognize this distinguished group of women serving on public boards,” said Catrina Young, Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer of WomenInc. “We are inspired by these accomplished executives, their distinguished careers, and the corporations that demonstrate inclusive board composition. We offer congratulations and appreciation to the directors recognized in WomenInc.’s Most Influential Corporate Directors edition for their leadership.”
Featured in our cover story, Mary Barra had one of the most impactful leadership roles in the automotive industry as CEO of General Motors Company (GM). This issue of WomenInc. examines how this trailblazing executive is driving innovation, inclusiveness and women advancement within GM.
Inside the winter edition, WomenInc. also features articles on Intercontinental Exchange launching the NYSE Board Advisory Council to advance board diversity; Rachael Ray offering high schools a chance to bring the nation’s top culinary arts and restaurant management program to their students; Miss USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst joining Big Brothers Big Sisters of America’s Board of Directors; Express partnering with Negin Mirsalehi on an exclusive collection; why startups founded by women aren’t getting more funding and more.
The full WomenInc. Influential Corporate Directors listing is available now online exclusively at WomenInc.com/2019MICD. WomenInc.’s winter issue is available nationwide via Amazon Prime, Barnes & Noble, and newsstands as of December 20, 2019.