Westinghouse Celebrates International Women's Day 2020

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To celebrate International Women's Day 2020, Westinghouse is spotlighting Westinghouse women helping to accelerate gender parity across the industry. Spotlighted employees reflected on this year’s campaign theme, #EachForEqual.


Courtney Frank"Each for Equal to me means that we all have a duty to make sure that all members of our teams are respected and valued for their unique contributions and perspectives."

Courtney Frank

Program Manager, Cranberry Woods

Sonya Forrai"For me, “Each for Equal” means a world where individuals are assessed, provided opportunities and rewarded solely based on merit."

Sonya Forrai

Account Executive, Rock Hill

Julie Franssen"Each for equal means that everyone is getting the same chance and opportunity to grow and participate to the Company’s objective. Every one of us is responsible to drive this equality."

Julie Franssen

Human Resource Manager, Nivelles

Amanda Spalding"To me, Each for Equal means that it is everyone’s responsibility to be an advocate for equality for all."

Amanda Spalding

Principal Regulatory Affairs Engineer, Windsor, CT

LeAna Benware"Each for equal is a call to action- what can we do as individuals to support human equality? It’s a reminder we are all empowered to make an impact through our behaviors each day. True progress toward equality can’t be made or measured using only organized, large-scale movements; it also requires a shift in daily conversations, actions, and mindset. Together, those seemingly small, incremental changes can make a meaningful difference. Each of us is responsible for seizing opportunities to champion change- to demonstrate, to educate, and most importantly, to lead."

LeAna Benware

Assistant Corporate Controller, Cranberry Woods