Paul Richardson – The Walt Disney Company
Paul Richards CHIEF DIVERSITY OFFICER THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY SVP HUMAN RESOURCES, ESPN THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY Headquarters: Burbank, CA Business: Entertainment CEO: Robert, A. Iger Employees: 185,000 Website: INTEGRATED D&I INITIATIVES AT CORE OF DISNEY’S SUCCESS With a diversity strategy centered on thinking and acting with a... Read more
Cathleen Taff, The Walt Disney Company
Women Worth Watching 2015 Cathleen Taff This Talented SVP Helps Drive Brand and Employee Success at Disney   Senior vice president of integrated planning and franchise management for The Walt Disney Studios, Cathleen Taff drives collaborative efforts to maximize the value of the studio brands and creative properties across... Read more
Elissa Margolis, Disney Consumer Products–The Walt Disney Company
Women Worth Watching 2015 Elissa Margolis Calm Leadership and a Thoughtful Approach Helped Make this Disney Stores SVP a Star   As senior vice president and general manager of the Disney Stores, Elissa Margolis oversees the day-to-day operations for more than 200 brick-and-mortar locations across North America and In... Read more
Patricia Betron, ESPN
Women Worth Watching 2015 Patricia Betron ESPN’s Savvy SVP Connects Audiences and Advertisers in a Multimedia World   By focusing on advertising effectiveness and delivering quality audience and potential customers for ESPN’s clients, Patricia Betron has reshaped the way businesses thinks about ESPN. Its fans are not just sports... Read more
Corporations weigh in on Friday’s Supreme Court decision on Same-Sex Marriage
Social media streams were filled with rainbows Friday–many representing consumer brands– as corporations large and small posted in celebration of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision on same-sex marriage. The public displays of support show how far the nation has come in supporting gay marriage in a short time. According... Read more
2015 Diversity Leader The Walt Disney Company Headquarters: Burbank, California CEO: Robert A. Iger Employees: 175,000 Recent Recognition Includes: Fortune’s Most Admired Companies (2013) HRC, Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality (past 8 years) Families and Work Institute, Veterans Employment Transition (VET) Award (past 2 years) Diversity Inc., Top 50 Company... Read more