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March 31, 2014
Bank of America Takes Top Honors Among Record Number of Leading Companies Dedicated to Increasing Women in Technology
Each year, we recognize a leading company for its measurable achievements in the recruitment, retention and advancement of women technologists at all levels within the organization. The winner is widely recognized as a pioneer in building a diverse team to achieve greater technology innovation. Previous Top Company winners include Intel, American Express, and IBM.
This year, Bank of America was recognized for exceptional representation of women technologists in both its management and team of technical experts. The bank has the highest percentage of women among its technical experts of any company ever considered by The Anita Borg Institute for a Top Company Award. In addition, Bank of America successfully retains the vast majority of its female technologists, with only 3% voluntary turnover annually.
The Anita Borg Institute will present Bank of America with the 2014 Top Company for Women in Computing ABIE Award at its 9th Annual Women of Vision Awards Banquet, on May 8th, in Santa Clara, California.
Join us at the 2014 Women of Vision and Top Company for Women in Computing Awards Banquet.
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