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FORBES RECOGNIZES ADI AMONG WORLD’S TOP FEMALE-FRIENDLY COMPANIES 2021

Analog Devices has been named by Forbes and Statista as one of the World’s Top Female-Friendly Companies 2021. We are ranked #88 out of 300 global companies in this inaugural list.

This distinction is based on independent research conducted among 85,000 women respondents in 40 countries. Scores are based on employee responses, public opinion, and leadership criteria at the board and executive levels.

Female employees from ADI

 

ADI is launching several efforts dedicated to improving female representation within the workplace. One such initiative is Elevate, our flagship leadership program for women. This year-long experience focuses on providing ADI's female talent in early-, mid-, and senior-career stages with development and exposure opportunities in preparation for the next stage of leadership.

ADI's female talent in early-, mid-, and senior-career stages

Celebrating International Women’s Day

Bias says that the default engineer is male and that women don’t belong in tech. At Analog Devices, we recognize that the tech industry needs engineers of all genders, and we are working to break the bias by creating a workplace with equal opportunities for all people to grow and thrive. See how we are continuing our efforts in 2022 and beyond!

Women of Analog Devices

Janene Asgeirsson

“I’m proud to work for a company that values female employees. Stakeholders want to know that companies are following through on their commitments, which is why independent research and recognition like this one is so meaningful.”


Janene Asgeirsson,
Chief Legal Officer


Analise Sacks

“This latest recognition is a testament to ADI’s global commitment to diversity and inclusion. Our customers care about what we stand for, and this is a clear signal that ADI is serious about its corporate responsibility commitments.”


Anelise Sacks,
Chief Customer Officer


Jyothi Gorti

“Coming from Maxim, I am excited to be part of a company that truly values diversity in leadership and happy to see this recognition for ADI. I look forward to collaborating and working alongside these accomplished women.”


Jyothi Gorti,
Chief Information Officer


Debra Delise

“ADI continues on our journey to break down barriers and build a culture of inclusion. I’m excited by the work we’re doing to advance gender equity, and I look forward to continuing to grow with my female colleagues.”


Debra Delise,
General Manager and Executive Sponsor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion