Women’s Network featured in The Wall Street Journal
CareCentrix, the leading provider of home-based, post-acute care solutions celebrates the success of its Women’s Network, an employee resource group aimed at promoting the advancement and inclusion of women leaders within CareCentrix. The network was prominently featured in a Wall Street Journal special report this month on women in the workplace, which recognized CareCentrix’s success at promoting and supporting women at work.
“I am proud of what our Women’s Network has accomplished in and out of the workplace,” said John Driscoll, CEO of CareCentrix. “CareCentrix is committed to supporting all of our great leaders, the majority of whom just happen to be women. Our Women’s Network helps women at all levels achieve their professional goals and grow their skill sets.”
The CareCentrix Women’s Network supports the growth of employees across the business by holding various networking and educational opportunities, including bringing in strong, innovative female entrepreneurs and business professionals for a monthly speaker series. Founded in 2017, the CareCentrix Women’s Network currently has over 300 members.
The Wall Street Journal report featured Jennifer Shiffman, senior account manager at CareCentrix, who credits the Woman’s Network, which she helped found, with her own career success by jumpstarting her growth after she took time off for family.
CareCentrix’s Women’s Network organizes speed-networking events with female executives as well as sit-down conversations with senior executives with team members from across the company. The Network leads opportunities for employees to volunteer within the community, hosts a book club and more. The success of the program is demonstrated through the women who make up 68 percent of management and 60 percent of senior leadership at CareCentrix.