SEPTEMBER 9, 2021
BNY Mellon is pleased to announce that four of our employees have been recognized for their significant contributions to gender diversity in the workplace by being named to the 2021 HERoes Women Role Model Lists, supported by Yahoo Finance:
“We are incredibly proud of Patricia, Susan, René and Jennifer, who are leaders, role models and change agents at BNY Mellon and beyond,” said Yau Ching Cheng, Global Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. “These women bring a diversity of perspective and experiences to their positions, invest in the success of others, inspire and advocate for the next generation of women and embody our dedication as a firm to build an inclusive future where our diversity is a strength, and everyone is empowered to succeed."
Launched in 2017, the HERoes Women Role Models Lists continue to recognize female and male leaders who elevate female talent and encourage diversity in the workplace. The lists aim to represent the wide range of impactful and innovative work being done for inclusion and celebrate the diverse range of inspiring individuals who have made it their personal mission to make a difference.
INvolve, a global network and consultancy championing diversity and inclusion, publishes the annual role model lists with Yahoo! Finance. Alvim and Revell have been named Top 100 Women Executives, and Lumley-Hall and Ozdinec have been named Top 100 Women Future Leaders. This is the fifth consecutive year BNY Mellon has been recognized with multiple leaders appearing on the annual HERoes Role Model Lists.
Patricia Furtado Alvim and Susan Revell have both been named top 100 Women Executives who are leading by example and driving change to increase gender diversity in the workplace.
René Lumley-Hall and Jennifer Ozdinec have both been named top 100 Women Future Leaders who are making a significant contribution to gender diversity at work.
The full HERoes Women Role Model Lists can be found on the INvolve website.
“I’m thrilled to be celebrating this incredible group of Women and Advocate Role Models who are championing inclusion and inspiring the next generation of talent,” said Suki Sandhu OBE, Founder & CEO of INvolve. “It’s vital that women across the globe can succeed and these Role Models are essential in dismantling barriers to progression and creating opportunities for women to be successful while also being able to be their authentic selves in the workplace.”