MetLife makes National Association for Female Executives' top companies list
“Women leaders have the opportunity to set the tone and example for other women in the workplace, and MetLife is proud of its track record for advancing women at all levels of the company,” MetLife Executive Vice President Maria Morris, who oversees the company's U.S. business and Global Employee Benefits, said a recent MetLife release. “We remain committed to attracting, developing and advancing women throughout the company and look forward to celebrating their successes.”
NAFE's website article on the list cited MetLife's Global Women’s Initiative that helps female employees excel.
This marks the 10th year that NAFE has recognized MetLife with this prestigious designation, which is meant to recognize organizations which encourage women to advance and have the highest numbers of women in leadership positions.
“We are proud of the women in executive leadership across the company, including our executive group and board of directors, and we are enriched from the contributions they make to our work every day," Elizabeth Nieto, MetLife’s global chief diversity and inclusion officer, said in the MetLife release. "Our commitment and efforts to attract, develop and advance women at all levels of the company continues to be recognized around the world.”