50/50 Women on Boards™ Recognizes Sensient as a “3+” Company
50/50 Women on Boards™ (50/50WOB), the leading global education and advocacy campaign driving the movement toward gender balance and diversity on corporate boards, recently recognized Sensient Technologies as a “3+” company for having three or more women on its corporate board of directors.
Independent research shows that women on boards make a meaningful statement to shareholders, customers, employees, and the community, while increasing business profitability, productivity, and workplace engagement.
“The Sensient management team is pleased to have such a well-rounded and diverse board of directors. We would like to recognize Carol Jackson, Deborah McKeithan-Gebhardt, Dr. Elaine Wedral, and Essie Whitelaw for their leadership and contributions to Sensient. The board’s diverse experiences and professional backgrounds are invaluable to shaping Sensient’s strategy to create sustainable growth and long-term shareholder and stakeholder value,” said Paul Manning, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Sensient Technologies Corporation.
“Investors, legislative mandates, and enlightened leaders continue to make institutional decisions that reinforce the business advantages of gender balance,” said Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire, CEO of 50/50 Women on Boards. “We are pleased to recognize Sensient for prioritizing this business imperative that benefits stakeholders and shareholders.”
For additional shareholder news and to learn more about Sensient’s product offerings, please visit sensient.com.
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