Gender Fair Organizations

Certified Organizations

Companies that are certified Gender Fair have best-in-class fairness practices.

This means that the company’s leadership, employee policies, advertising, diversity reporting, and social impact measurements all meet the standard for demonstrating investment in and progress on gender equality. To be eligible for certification a company must annually achieve at least 70 points in our proprietary rating.

The companies below have not only achieved the standard, but also made a commitment to advancing equality internally by investing in Gender Fair Certification and becoming standard bearers within their industries.

Click here to learn more about our Certification process. Click on a company tile to learn more about their work:

Companies That Meet The Standard

The companies below have been evaluated and found to meet the Gender Fair standard:

Adobe

Ally Financial

American Express

Anheuser-Busch

Apple

Autodesk

Bank of America

BNY Mellon

Capital One

Choice Hotels

Cisco Webex

Citi

Clorox

Coca-Cola

CVS

Danone

Deckers

Diageo

Discover

Estée Lauder

Facebook

Ford Motor Co.

Gap

General Mills

General Motors

Genworth Financial

GlaxoSmithKline

Google

Hasbro

Hilton

Hormel

Hubspot

IBM

Intuit

J.M. Smucker

JP Morgan

Kellogg’s

Kimberly-Clark

L’Oréal

Lowe’s

Lyft

Marriott

Mars

MetLife

Nestlé

Netflix

Nordstrom

PayPal

Pepsi

PNC

Shopify

Square

Starbucks

State Street

Synchrony

T. Rowe Price Group

Tapestry

Target

TD

Tiffany & Co

Twitter

U.S. Bancorp

Uber

Unilever

Verizon

Visa

Walmart

Walt Disney

Yum! Brands