Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work List – 2023

#GirlsClub created the list of the “Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work” to recognize and celebrate the top companies that support their female employees in the workplace and who are leading the charge in diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Companies were nominated based on the following criteria:

  • Offer flexible work schedules and work-life balance
  • Have great paid maternity leave benefits and support for working mothers
  • Offer ongoing professional development training
  • Have an executive team that’s intentional about increasing female leadership
  • Are focused on hiring more women and advancing them into leadership roles
  • Promote equal pay for women and equality in the workplace
  • Are leading the charge on their diversity and inclusion efforts

Overall, here’s where our top 25 companies ranked the highest when it comes to supporting women at work:

of the top 25 companies offer flexible work schedules and work-life balance

of the top 25 companies offers ongoing professional development training

of the top 25 companies promotes equal pay for women and equality in the workplace

of the top 25 companies are focused on hiring more women and promoting them

*Voters were able to choose multiple categories for the company they nominated.

Over 150 companies were nominated and 2400+ votes were cast.

Congratulations to the 2023
“Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work”!

Ranked #1

91% of voters said that Intuit is leading the charge on diversity and inclusion efforts.


“Achieving diversity is not just about numbers, it’s about creating a culture of inclusivity and equity. At Intuit, we believe it’s important to create a supportive and welcoming environment for all of our employees. With 43% of our global workforce being women, we provide competitive benefits and mentoring and career development programs to support our talented women. The Intuit Women’s Network is a strong community that learns together and supports a sense of belonging in the company through programs and partnerships with external events like the Grace Hopper Celebration. Our employees are our top priority, and we work hard to make sure they feel seen, heard and valued.”

Humera Shahid
Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

Ranked #2

93% of voters said that Birdeye offers flexible work schedules and work-life balance.


“We pride ourselves on being an inclusive workplace for everyone. Being recognized for our inclusivity, including as a top workplace for women, is something that we are all proud of, but our work doesn’t stop there. We will continue every day to be a welcoming place where everyone can build a career and thrive.”

Tiffany Humphrey
SVP of People and Culture

Ranked #3

98% of voters said that Fivetran offer flexible work schedules and work-life balance.

“As an organization that prides itself on our values, we’re incredibly grateful to be acknowledged as a top employer that supports women. Research shows that while everyone appreciates flexible work schedules, women and mothers benefit especially. Our current hybrid modality offers flexibility along with opportunities to connect through our Women+ ERG, receive support through our mentorship program, or gain new skills through one of our curated leadership development paths.”

Jiyoung Yoon
VP, Employee Experience & Communications

Ranked #4

100% of voters said that Superior Glove is leading the charge on diversity and inclusion efforts.

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“Superior Glove has a diverse team, full of wonderful leaders! We are committed to maintaining inclusivity throughout our recruitment process and constantly exploring ways to ensure equal pay. We choose to strategically take part in programs such as #GirlsClub and “Women As Coaches” (amongst others) to help provide additional support for women in their professional and personal development.

Our strong family culture is the backbone that fosters mutual growth and learning amongst each one of our team members. We are proud of the culture of inclusivity that we’ve established and continue to nurture. We firmly believe that the success of our company is built upon the brilliance of what each team member brings to the table, their willingness to learn, and the backing we can offer to provide unwavering support and development!”

Heather Larsen
Global HR Partner
Superior Glove

Ranked #5

91% of voters said that Exposure Ninja conducts company-wide audits to ensure pay equity.

At Exposure Ninja we are obsessed with impact which includes our clients, our communities and our incredible team. 70% of our teams are women-led and this is something we are very proud of. With teams based all over the world and a completely remote set-up for our large team, diversity, equity and inclusion are a cornerstone to our company culture. As a woman in sales who has seen and felt the consequences of workplaces that don’t embrace diversity, equity and inclusion, I couldn’t be more proud of the many initiatives Exposure Ninja offers to support our team and their enjoyment and development at work. As an ex-protege, and many-time #GirlsClub mentor, I am excited to see this recognised with our 3rd consecutive inclusion in the Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work list.

Ali Newton
Commercial Director
Exposure Ninja

Ranked #6

89% of voters said that Docebo’s executive team is intentional about increasing female leadership.

“We take immense pride in being acknowledged as a leading company of choice for women in a predominantly male-driven industry. This recognition underscores our unwavering dedication to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace, where the exceptional talents of our female team members are not only valued but actively contribute to their flourishing and advancement in their careers.”

Francesca Bossi

Ranked #7

100% of voters said that Televerde offers ongoing professional development training.

We are honored to have been recognized by #GirlsClub as one of the Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work, a testament to our ethos that sees our dedication to women’s growth echo from our call centers within prison walls to our corporate offices around the world. At Televerde, all women are a priority. We invest in their futures through continuous education, up-skilling, mentorship, and personal and professional development, each program uniquely tailored to nurture their growth in every way necessary. This commitment ensures that no woman is left behind, fueling a corporate culture where women not only dominate our C-suite but also ascend through the ranks, embodying our belief in empowerment through opportunity and the tangible benefits this brings to our clients.”

Michelle Cirocco
Chief Impact Officer

Ranked #8

90% of voters said that Kandji promotes equal pay for women and equality in the workplace.


As the Chief Revenue Officer at Kandji, I underscore the pivotal role that supporting, developing, and investing in women plays in the broader Apple ecosystem. In the specialized sphere of Kandji, a commitment to fostering the growth and potential of women is not merely a moral obligation but a strategic imperative. Our industry thrives on ingenuity, and by embracing and empowering women’s diverse perspectives and talents, we fortify Kandji’s position as a leader in innovation and excellence. Investing in women in the workplace is not just a corporate responsibility; it is a calculated step toward ensuring the sustained success and advancement of Kandji in the ever-evolving tech industry.

Nathan Sparks
Chief Revenue Officer

Ranked #9

100% of voters said that Criteria’s executive team is intentional about increasing female leadership.

Criteria logo 2022

“At Criteria Corp, we are committed to fostering a supportive and empowering environment for our female team members, and to creating a workplace where women can thrive and achieve their goals. We are so proud that Criteria has again been recognized as one of #GirlsClub’s Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work. We are honored to be part of this esteemed list and will continue to champion gender equality and inclusivity in the workplace.”

Jillian Phelan
VP, People & Culture

Ranked #10

100% of voters said that Outreach offers flexible work schedules and work-life balance.

Outreach 2022

Women only hold 12% of the coveted leadership positions in the sales industry and at Outreach our goal is to increase that number. To empower our Women in Sales community, we recently hosted a Women in Sales summit as part of our signature event Unleash. The sessions and networking demonstrated how we can motivate each other to see infinite possibilities in the hardest of challenges and inspire our colleagues to constantly elevate their craft. Attendees raved it was an uplifting and moving event, and we look forward to continuing to elevate women to leadership roles in sales.” 

Leslie Pendergrast
Chief People Officer

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Ranked #11

100% of voters said that Sun Life is leading the charge on diversity and inclusion efforts.

We know the incredible contributions women make to the workforce, which is why Sun Life makes being an employer of choice for women a priority. We offer generous paid family and medical leave to all our employees, and we know that having this benefit is particularly impactful for women. We support flexible workstyles and nurture an environment where everyone can be their authentic selves and contribute to their full potential. We have also set goals across our global organization to increase female representation, particularly in leadership positions. With a wide range of benefits, career development opportunities, and a culture that encourages a healthy work/life balance, we’re making sure women have every opportunity to succeed and thrive at Sun Life. We are thrilled to receive this ranking knowing that it is a result of positive feedback from our female employees.

Diontha Fancher
Director, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Sun Life U.S.

Ranked #12

94% of voters said that Free Will is focused on hiring more women and promoting them.

“At FreeWill, we’re committed to helping people do the most good for the people and causes they love. Fostering a culture in which our employees can bring their whole, best selves to their work is central to enabling FreeWill to fulfill its mission of making a positive impact on the world and it is a critical part of our DNA. We’re incredibly proud to have a highly diverse workforce that permeates all levels and segments of our organization, and we know that this is not by accident. We have thoughtful business policies in place to remove forms of bias from our interviewing and evaluation processes, we have a non-negotiation policy to remove systemic inequities from our compensation packages, and we have flexible policies to encourage the likes of working parents such as myself who aspire to be leaders to build wonderful careers with FreeWill. We’re elated to see the fruits of our efforts in being recognized by #GirlsClub as an employer that supports women in the workplace.”

Jenny Xia Sprading

Ranked #13

94% of voters said Recorded Future offers ongoing professional development training.

Recorded Future
“Recorded Future is committed to an inclusive, safe workplace, actively promoting employee well-being through Employee Resource Groups (ERGs). We’ve introduced a global Women’s Mentorship Program, aiming to enhance inclusion and career growth for women in the company. Our goal is a 40% female and 60% male workforce at all levels, with focused efforts on increasing ethnic diversity in targeted regions. A significant percentage of our leadership and management positions are held by women – 23.4% and 28.8% respectively – and this year over 23% of our female population progressed either receiving a promotion or moving to a new role. Women@Recorded Future, our women-focused ERG, collaborates with like-minded organizations to increase female representation in tech and cybersecurity. Our initiatives with young women and girls contribute to a diverse, inclusive future workforce, better equipped to address global security challenges.”

Cathy Donahoe
SVP of People
Recorded Future

Ranked #14

100% of voters said that Planful promotes equal pay for women and equality in the workplace.

We are deeply passionate about the support we provide to the women at Planful, from our comprehensive family leave policies, to our vibrant Women of Planful community, and our meaningful partnerships that extend support to parents and caretakers. We’re grateful each day to be inspired by the remarkable women on our team, and to be able to offer programs and resources that amplify and further their success. Cultivating a culture where every individual is not just welcomed, but truly celebrated for their authentic selves is something we intentionally and actively work on every day at Planful. It is our unwavering commitment to our employees and our culture.

Melissa Dreuth
Chief of Staff to the CEO & Chief People Officer

Ranked #15

100% of voters said that Resonate’s executive team is intentional about increasing female leadership.

“At Resonate, one of our key values is the Rwandan phrase “TuriKumwe,” which means “We are together.” This embodies our belief in teamwork, where we trust and care for one another in and out of the office. We understand the importance of collaboration and unity in achieving our goals, and this value motivates us to work closely and support one another as a team. Another value that guides us is “Believing in others,” we believe everyone deserves respect and equality, and we strive to create an inclusive and supportive environment where everyone feels valued and empowered. As an organization that unlocks the potential of women and girls, embracing these values allows us to create a strong, cohesive team where each member feels heard and supported to be the best version of themselves and take the lead in creating the changes they want to see in their lives and communities. We know that our collective success depends on our team’s strength and our belief in each other. We are honored to be recognized among the Top 25 employers that support women.”

Claire Uwineza

Ranked #16

100% of voters said that Ambition promotes equal pay for women and equality in the workplace.


Women rise at Ambition. Across GTM, we have so many examples of female leaders who started as individual contributors and now hold director and VP-level positions. Our company culture promotes living a full life while working full time, so working moms feel supported and all employees are encouraged to prioritize their health and wellness even during business hours. Celebrating women isn’t something that simply manifests through a generous maternity leave policy and continuing education funds, it is modeled every single day by teammates up and down the org chart.”

Mary Foster
VP of Demand Generation

Ranked #17

100% of voters said that Loyee is leading the charge on diversity and inclusion efforts.

Ranked #18

100% of voters said that Alcatel Lucent Enterprise offers ongoing professional development training.

At Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, our unwavering commitment to advancing women in the technology sector is evident through several strategic initiatives. These include ambitious targets for elevating women to senior management roles, fostering inclusivity with our Employee-led Resource Group (ERG), Together, collaborating with the Oxford Women’s Leadership Development Program, and implementing mentoring activities to support a harmonious work-life culture. We take pride in our recognition by #GirlsClub as one of the Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work, reflecting our dedication to creating a diverse and empowering workplace.” 

Rukmini Glanard
Chief Business Officer & sponsor of the Together ERG
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

Ranked #19

100% of voters said that Banzai promotes equal pay for women and equality in the workplace.

“At Banzai, we are committed to building a company rich in diversity and inclusion. This commitment spans beyond values thrown on a company wall, and is reflected in our operations and culture. From fully paid leave when welcoming a new child to a dedicated Women at Banzai group where women have a space to collaborate and share experiences and ideas, we believe in fostering a culture that develops, advances, and celebrates women. We believe in building a company that inspires women to reach their highest potential, and recognize that flexible schedules, quarterly mental rest days, and unlimited PTO are measures to support that effort. We are proud to have women making up 40% of our Executive Team and recognize that our work toward diversity and inclusion is never finished.” 

Ashley Levesque
VP of Marketing

Ranked #20

100% of voters said that Zillow offers great paid maternity leave benefits and support for working mothers.

Ranked #21

100% of voters said that KnowBe4 promotes equal pay for women and equality in the workplace.

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KnowBe4 is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, with over 40% of our workforce being women—double the industry average. We empower the next generation of women sales leaders through tools such as certifications and scholarship opportunities, inclusive benefits, and our Women in Tech employee resource group. We’re excited to continue supporting #GirlsClub’s mission worldwide, and we’re thrilled to be acknowledged as one of the Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work in 2023. As a global company, we’re fortunate to have an outstanding team consisting of remarkable women from diverse cultural backgrounds. I feel privileged to collaborate with talented women at KnowBe4 every day.

Taylor Torres
Talent Brand Manager

Ranked #22

100% of voters said that Kyriba offers flexible work schedules and work-life balance.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are at the core of our Kyriba culture, and in an industry such as Technology, where there is nothing androgynous about it, ensuring we are an employer of choice for women is a key priority. That’s why our commitment to DE&I includes an official ESG pledge to maintain women’s representation across our global employee base and management-level roles, along with a Women’s Empowerment Employee Resource Group, professional development opportunities, and a workplace focused on encouraging a healthy work/life balance. We are incredibly proud of our highly diverse and talented workforce and are thrilled to be recognized by #GirlsClub as an employer that supports women in the workplace.”

Anthee Merichovitis-Melas
Chief Strategy & Transformation Officer

Ranked #23

100% of voters said that BHG Financial’s executive team is intentional about increasing female leadership.

There is power in diversity and inclusion, but only if companies choose to step up, acknowledge, and activate it. That means we, as a company, are uniquely positioned to help drive meaningful change for women – and BHG Financial has always acted on it. We even realigned our company values to ensure we never forget the importance of striving for that positive change. “Win together,” “Do right,” and “Lead with love” are half of the values that drive us ahead and ensure that our commitment remains in focus. That focus is why we’re highly fortunate to say that 40% of our leadership team at BHG Financial are women, and in 2023 alone, 48% of promotions went to women. We believe that BHG Financial is obligated to lead by example, and we’re incredibly proud that so many of those leading the example are highly successful women.

Katie Barnes
Chief People Officer
BHG Financial

Ranked #24

100% of voters said that ezCater offers great paid maternity leave benefits and support for working mothers.

“At ezCater, we pride ourselves on our inclusive culture. One of our values, ‘Drive Diversity, Ensure Equity, Ingrain Inclusion,’ represents our commitment to building an employee population that reflects the diversity of our community, customers, and catering partners. We strive to create an environment where everyone can be themselves, is given equitable opportunities to succeed, and feel like they matter and are accepted here.”

Janine Allo
Chief People & Culture Officer

Ranked #25

100% of voters said that Muck Rack conducts company-wide audits to ensure pay equity.

“At Muck Rack, we’re committed to championing women across the business, with 70% of our sales department identifying as female and 53% of our entire employee base. We’re also fully distributed, which enables employees who are also parents and caregivers to maintain work-life balance while holding full-time positions,” said Muck Rack’s chief revenue officer, Bryan Hamblin. “Having served as a mentor for #GirlsClub for more than two years, I’ve seen the major strides this organization has made in empowering women to secure leadership roles. It’s an honor to be a part of a movement that actively supports and celebrates the invaluable contributions of women in the workplace.”

Bryan Hamblin
Chief Revenue Officer
Muck Rack

Thank you to the #GirlsClub Top 25 list sponsor!

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The Top 25 companies were chosen based on the criteria below:


  1. Companies with the highest total number of votes
  2. Companies that are partnered with programs like #GirlsClub to support their female workforce
  3. Companies that have won DEI awards or other similar types of awards/list recognition
  4. Companies that have women on their leadership team and/or have a diverse workforce

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