The Chicago Network's Census monitors the progress of women in the boardrooms, executive suites and as top earners in Chicago's 50 largest publicly reporting companies.
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Interview with NiSource –
A Company Making Progress

NiSource Inc. is highlighted in the 2014 TCN Census as one of the companies making the most progress on the inclusion of women based on multiple measures. Here, we speak with Carrie Hightman, EVP and Chief Legal Officer for NiSource, on recommendations from a company that walks the walk. Among her suggestions? Give women stretch opportunities in the workplace. Change happens one woman at a time.

 

  

The Chicago Network Census monitors the progress of women in the boardrooms, executive suites and as top earners in Chicago’s 50 largest publicly reporting companies (The Chicago 50). Since its inception in 1998, the Census has reported both significant growth in the role of women at the most senior levels of the city’s companies, as well as a notable lack of momentum in certain categories.

 

This year’s data shows us that long-term advancement is not always made in straight lines. Real progress is made step by step. But who says we shouldn’t walk a little faster?

Introducing the 2014 Chicago Network Census

Check out this quick primer on what the Chicago Network Census measures and what the data tells us in 2014. Featuring Deborah L. Dehaas, Vice Chariman, Chief Inclusion Officer, Deloitte and Census Chair Jane DiRenzo Pigott, Managing Partner, R3 Group, LLC.

 

 

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