CA Technologies fosters an atmosphere of diversity, and the company believes diversity of perspective, experience and thought are key to driving creativity, innovation and results.
“Meghan exemplifies CA’s culture by bringing her authentic self to work each and every day,” said Beth Conway, vice president, Human Resources, CA Technologies. “It’s our mission to support all employees so that they can unleash their full potential and as a result, harness the power of CA’s true collective talent.”
The historic announcement follows CA’s recent inclusion in Working Mother’s 100 Best Companies for 2014 list. For the third consecutive year, CA has been cited for its full breadth of progressive programs extended to its diverse employee population. ‘’
Working Mother invites each of its 100 Best Companies to nominate a working mom who has shown great leadership skills, overcome adversity or just been both a great parent and a great employee. This year’s moms were chosen by their employers to showcase the ways that working mothers enhance corporate goals at work while also managing rich and busy family lives.
"Working Mother is proud to honor Meghan Stabler. She is an example of a true champion -- at work where she serves as a leader for LGBT and gender equality, and at home where she has built a loving and supportive family,” said Jennifer Owens, editorial director, Working Mother Media. “She has successfully combined her passion and authenticity as a transgender woman in the workplace to impact the lives of others."
For the full list of Working Mother’s 2014 100 Best Companies visit here.
The winners are recognized in the October/November issue of Working Mother magazine and profiled on workingmother.com. They were also honored at Working Mother’s annual Work Life Congress event held in New York City earlier this month.