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Women at Deloitte
Celebrating the accomplishments of our women.
At Deloitte, our women are CEOs and business owners. They're military veterans. They're athletes, educators, volunteers, and scientists. At Deloitte, our women are leaders. Read more about the opportunities Deloitte provides women to lead in their careers.
From presiding over Deloitte's central region Black Employee Network (BEN) to fundraising for victims of domestic violence, Deloitte Consulting professional Janaiya Johnson shares how she makes an impact that matters.
Developing our future leaders
Deloitte hosts a series of events each year for employees, students, and experienced professionals, targeted towards helping women build their leadership toolkit and building their networks.
The Deloitte Women's Leadership Launch, held each January, is for select MBA/Master's students. Attendees have the chance to network with peers, Deloitte Consulting LLP professionals, industry experts, and successful alumni to discuss the importance of becoming a leader in today’s working world.
The Deloitte International Women's Day Conference is held each March for select undergraduate students. Attendees are introduced to peers and industry thought leaders so they can share ideas and begin building their own broad network of professionals—the people who can help them customize their careers and achieve their goals.
In addition to these events, Deloitte and Girls Who Code share a commitment to make a difference so that everyone has the opportunity to succeed, from the classroom to the workplace. Read more about our partnership.
In 2015, Cathy Engelbert, retired CEO of Deloitte, became the first female CEO of a major US professional services firm.
Through its efforts, Girls Who Code connects girls in middle school and high school to the world of coding, and helps to give them the confidence they belong in technology fields. Working with each other and with volunteer mentors, its goal is for the girls to grow into confident, brave young women.
Women at Deloitte
Deloitte is committed to recruiting, developing, and promoting a diverse workforce while providing unique opportunities across our businesses. Read the career journeys of some of our women:
- McKinsey Bond, manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Technology consultant for the non-technologist
- Jennifer Deutsch, partner, Deloitte Tax LLP
From boomerang to partner
- Sylvia Taylor, lead specialist, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Working mom and military spouse
- Amanda Godown, senior manager, Deloitte Services LP
Puzzle solver and technology advocate
Awards and recognition
External organizations have consistently recognized Deloitte for our inclusive culture.
Working Mother magazine recognizes Deloitte for its flexibility, innovation, and family-friendly initiatives.
This is the 23rd year Deloitte has been named to Working Mother’s 100 Best Companies list, and the eighth year it has been in the top 10. This is also the 13th consecutive year Working Mother has recognized Deloitte as one of the Best Companies for Multicultural Women.
Deloitte has been ranked #85 on Fortune's 100 Best Workplaces for Women list for 2018.
This ranking recognizes organizations that stand apart from their peers in creating a workplace that goes above and beyond for their female employees.
Women in data science and analytics
Enhancing workforce diversity and fostering inclusive growth is top of mind for Deloitte, which is why we’ve developed an initiative focused on women in the data and analytics fields.
We’re committed to shining a light on female data leaders and creating a unique space for women in data science to network, share stories, and be a part of a supportive community.
Explore your fit
The impact you’ll make through your career begins by finding work that inspires you and puts your strengths front and center. We have thousands of possibilities at Deloitte. Check out our Explore Your Fit tool to find out which ones fit you.