Great Place to Work® US is proud to announce that CEO Susan Lucas-Conwell has been honored among six Women Who Have Made Their Mark by Watermark For Exceptional Women. Watermark is dedicated to the support of remarkable women leaders in the quest to enhance their lives, their organizations, their communities and the world.
“The six women selected for this honor have each created a powerful legacy and a lasting impact. The honoree’s stories are of ambition, growth, and unprecedented success,” said Watermark CEO Marilyn Nagle. “Susan was selected for this year’s award because she exemplifies what Watermark stands for, having made her mark on the professional landscape while carving a path for future generations of exceptional women.”
Susan Lucas-Conwell (pictured left) and
Lucas-Conwell joined Great Place to Work® in September bringing a diverse background and breadth of experience to this leading pioneer in workplace culture. Prior to joining Great Place to Work, Lucas-Conwell served as CEO of Silicon Valley’s SVForum, held executive positions with Cartier International, Bausch & Lomb’s Ray-Ban brand in Paris and General Mills in the US.
“In the few months since Susan joined us, she has proven to be the ideal person to move our organization forward in the US,” said Robert Levering, co-founder of Great Place to Work®. “It is no surprise that Watermark counts Susan among those few remarkable women who have made a difference and contributed significantly to the society we share. We are honored to celebrate Susan’s accomplishments with her and feel fortunate she is leading Great Place to Work® in evangelizing the power of a great workplace in building a better society.”
To learn more about Lucas-Conwell, read her bio at www.greatplacetowork.com