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Ranked: Top 50 Highest-Rated CEOs For Diversity And For Women (Large Companies) 2018

Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, T-Mobile CEO John Legere, LinkedIn’s Jeff Weiner, and Google’s Sundar Pichai are among the highest-rated CEOs for diversity and for women, according to Comparably survey. Website ranked the top 50 CEOs, who were anonymously rated by female employees from May 23, 2017 to May 23, 2018.

John Legere of T-Mobile earned the number one ranking for diversity among leaders of large companies, followed by Intuit’s Brad Smith, HubSpot’s Brian Halligan, Costco’s Craig Jelinek, and Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn.

Survey respondents commented that their CEOs had worked to develop diverse workplaces with inclusive hiring practices; respectful cultures; and policies like parental leave; as well their efforts to close the gender wage gap.

The top 50 highest-rated CEOs for diversity (Large Companies):

1. John Legere, T-Mobile (Bellevue, WA)

2. Brad Smith, Intuit (Mountain View, CA)

3. Brian Halligan, HubSpot (Cambridge, MA)

4. Craig Jelinek, Costco (Issaquah, WA)

5. Jeff Weiner, LinkedIn (Sunnyvale, CA)

6. Sundar Pichai, Google (Mountain View, CA)

7. Satya Nadella, Microsoft (Redmond, WA)

8. Bert Bean, Insight Global (Atlanta, GA)

9. Marc Benioff, Salesforce (San Francisco, CA)

10. Ed Bastian, Delta Air Lines (Atlanta, GA)

11. Rami Elghandour, Nevro (Redwood City, CA)

12. Andreas Fibig, International Flavors & Fragrances (New York, NY)

13. Mark Hoplamazian, Hyatt (Chicago, IL)

14. Doug Mack, Fanatics (Jacksonville, FL)

15. Tim Cook, Apple (Cupertino, CA)

16. Daniel P. Amos, Aflac (Columbus, GA)

17. Pat Gelsinger, VMware (Palo Alto, CA)

18. John Van Siclen, Dynatrace (Waltham, MA)

19. R. Milton Johnson, HCA Holdings (Nashville, TN)

20. Jeff Bezos, Amazon (Seattle, WA)

21. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook (Menlo Park, CA)

22. William R. McDermott, SAP (Newtown Square, PA)

23. Alex Shootman, Workfront (Lehi, UT)

24. Eugene A. Hall, Gartner (Stamford, CT)

25. Shantanu Narayen, Adobe (San Jose, CA)

26. Spencer Rascoff, Zillow (Seattle, WA)

27. Mary T. Barra, General Motors (Detroit, MI)

28. Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber (San Francisco, CA)

29. George S. Barrett, Cardinal Health (Dublin, OH)

30. Alex Gorsky, Johnson & Johnson (New Brunswick, NJ)

31. Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase & Co (New York, NY)

32. William R. Wagner, LogMeIn (Boston, MA)

33. Jay Farner, Quicken Loans (Detroit, MI)

34. Reed Hastings, Netflix (Los Gatos, CA)

35. Mark Parker, Nike (Beaverton, OR)

36. Adam Miller, Cornerstone OnDemand (Santa Monica, CA)

37. Richard D. Fairbank, Capital One (McLean, VA)

38. Steven Berglund, Trimble (Sunnyvale, CA)

39. Stephen Squeri, American Express (New York City, NY)

40. Julie Sweet, Accenture (New York, NY)

41. Devin Wenig, eBay (San Jose, CA)

42. Mikkel Svane, Zendesk (San Francisco, CA)

43. Patrick M. Byrne, Overstock.com (Midvale, UT)

44. Brad Jackson, Slalom Consulting (Seattle, WA)

45. Jack Dorsey, Square (San Francisco, CA)

46. Kevin Johnson, Starbucks (Seattle, WA)

47. Alan Trefler, Pegasystems (Cambridge, MA)

48. Elon Musk, SpaceX (Hawthorne, CA)

49. Horacio D. Rozanski, Booz Allen Hamilton (McLean, VA)

50. James M. Whitehurst, Red Hat (Raleigh, NC)

The top 50 highest-rated CEOs for women (Large Companies):

Costco’s Craig Jelinek earned the number one ranking for women among leaders of large companies, followed by Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, Insight Global’s Bert Bean, Hubspot’s Brian Halligan, and Brad Smith of Intuit.

1. Craig Jelinek, Costco (Issaquah, WA)

2. Satya Nadella, Microsoft (Redmond, WA)

3. Bert Bean, Insight Global (Atlanta, GA)

4. Brian Halligan, Hubspot (Cambridge, MA)

5. Brad Smith, Intuit (Mountain View, CA)

6. John Legere T-Mobile (Bellevue, WA)

7. Rami Elghandour Nevro (Redwood City, CA)

8. Alex Shootman, Workfront (Lehi, UT)

9. William R. Wagner, LogMeIn (Boston, MA)

10. Marc Benioff, Salesforce (San Francisco, CA)

11. R. Milton Johnson, HCA Holdings (Nashville, TN)

12. Andrew Cecere, U.S. Bank (Minneapolis, MN)

13. Sundar Pichai Google (Mountain View, CA)

14. Jeff Weiner LinkedIn (Sunnyvale, CA)

15. Shantanu Narayen Adobe (San Jose, CA)

16. Carlos A. Rodriguez, ADP (Roseland, NJ)

17. Craig Menear, The Home Depot (Atlanta, GA)

18. Andreas Fibig International Flavors & Fragrances (New York, NY)

19. Mark Zuckerberg Facebook (Menlo Park, CA)

20. Timothy Cook, Apple (Cupertino, CA)

21. Frederick W. Smith, FedEx (Memphis, TN)

22. Kevin Johnson, Starbucks (Seattle, WA)

23. Doug Mack Fanatics (Jacksonville, FL)

24. Jeffrey P. Bezos, Amazon (Seattle, WA)

25. Jack Dorsey, Twitter (San Francisco, CA)

26. William R. McDermott, SAP (Newtown Square, PA)

27. Eugene A. Hall, Gartner (Stamford, CT)

28. Frank D. Gibeau Zynga (San Francisco, CA)

29. Julie Sweet, Accenture (New York, NY)

30. Colin Doherty, Fuze (Boston, MA)

31. John Van Siclen, Dynatrace (Waltham, MA)

32. Logan Green, Lyft (San Francisco, CA)

33. Gordon Logan, Sport Clips (Georgetown, TX)

34. Daniel Schulman, PayPal (San Jose, CA)

35. Richard D. Fairbank, Capital One (McLean, VA)

36. Daniel P. Amos, Aflac (Columbus, GA)

37. Mary T. Barra, General Motors (Detroit, MI)

38. Devin Wenig, eBay (San Jose, CA)

39. Hubert Joly, Best Buy (Richfield, MN)

40. Ed Bastian, Delta Air Lines (Atlanta, GA)

41. Michael S. Dell, Dell (Round Rock, TX)

42. Pat Gelsinger, VMware (Palo Alto, CA)

43. Stephen B. Burke, NBCUniversal (New York, NY)

44. Hisayuki Idekoba Indeed.com (Austin, TX)

45. Marillyn Hewson, Lockheed Martin (Bethesda, MD)

46. Amy Zupon, Vertafore (Denver, CO)

47. Reed Hastings, Netflix (Los Gatos, CA)

48. Steven Berglund, Trimble (Sunnyvale, CA)

49. Dion Weisler, HP Inc. (Palo Alto, CA)

50. Punit Renjen, Deloitte (New York, NY)

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