CBRE GROUP, INC. WOMEN’S NETWORK EARNS TOP 10 RANKING ON GLOBAL DIVERSITY LIST SUPPORTED BY THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBG) today announced that the CBRE Women’s Network earned a top 10 ranking on the 2016 Global Diversity List, supported by The Daily Telegraph in London. The list recognizes the achievements of employee network groups established to help improve gender diversity within large organizations. This marks CBRE’s second consecutive year of achieving a top 10 score on the Global Diversity List.
Other organizations recognized for their women’s networks include A.T. Kearney, United Nations, Sodexo and GE.
CBRE’s Women’s Network was formed in 2000 and has grown to encompass more than 3,000 professionals worldwide. The company has Women’s Networks in each of its global regions -- the Americas, led by Lisa Konieczka, an executive vice president in the firm’s Chicago office; Europe, the Middle East & Africa, led by Sue Clayton, an executive director based in London; and Asia Pacific, led by APAC Talent, Diversity and Inclusion Leader Olivia Walsh. These networks operate with an inclusive philosophy and focus on mentoring, professional development, personal enrichment, networking and community service.
CBRE’s Women’s Network has been the industry leader in delivering real advantages to female professionals by providing them with valuable networking, learning and career development opportunities. We are proud to achieve this recognition and it is a credit to the work that the leaders of our Women’s Networks around the world have done to build a world-class professional networking group.
Earlier this year, CBRE was ranked 15th on the list of 500 U.S.-based companies in Forbes magazine’s 2016 “America’s Best Employers” list. CBRE was also recognized as one of Fortune magazine's Most Admired Companies for the fourth straight year and named a World’s Most Ethical Company by The Ethisphere Institute for the third consecutive year.
To find out more about CBRE’s Women’s Network, visit www.cbre.com/women.