Featured in Business Insider, July 2020
The #TimesUp movement of 2018 shined a spotlight on gender inequality in the workplace, encompassing not only pay inequity but also barriers to advancement and representation of women in leadership. In 2020, it’s more important than ever to know who women deem as the best leaders to work for that also inspire a positive workplace culture for all.
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To determine the list, Comparably analyzed anonymous survey feedback from female employees working across 60,000 U.S. companies large and small. The ranking is based solely on sentiment ratings given by these employees, from how they rate their CEOs to other workplace culture factors that inspire trust in their employers. The list is segmented by Top 50 CEOs of large companies (more than 500 employees) and Top 50 CEOs of small/mid-size businesses (less than 500 employees). Every CEO on the list is in the Top 5% of all CEOs rated by female employees.
Top-Rated CEOs for Women (Small/Mid-Size Companies)
- Mark Faggiano, TaxJar (Woburn, MA)
- Peter McKay, Snyk (Boston, MA)
- Neha Sampat, Contentstack (San Francisco, CA)
- Elizabeth Cholawsky, HG Insights (Santa Barbara, CA)
- Alexis Borisy, EQRx (Cambridge, MA)
- Paddy Spence, Zevia (Los Angeles, CA)
- Jason Purcell, Salsify (Boston, MA)
- Jim VandeHei, AXIOS (Arlington, VA)
- Michael Werner, HomeX (Chicago, IL)
- Didier Elzinga, Culture Amp (San Francisco, CA)