(34) Interview with Julie Graber

"It's about changing business practices and culture as oppose to changing women."

A Mckinsey study finds that companies in the top quartile for gender or racial and ethnic diversity are more likely to have financial returns above their national industry medians. Therefore diversity matters and is crucial to the bottom line. In a Lean In Ohio interview, CEO of Genderega and Managing Director and Research Chair of ION Women,  Julie Graber explains that business research often mean very little to people and what new area of focus organizations must consider to foster the advancement of women and minorities.

Tune in to listen to the interview>>
Listen to "Lean In Ohio 100 Women Interviews: (34) Julie Graber, CEO of Genderega and Managing Director and Research Chair of ION Women" on Spreaker.
Julene Allen Julene Allen Author


Our Mission

The Lean In Ohio Chapter provides education and powerful tools for women who are aiming for the next level. Whether you are a college graduate or on top, we provide a network of support.


Enter your email address:

Just Released!

Lean In Ohio 100 Women Archives: A Keepsake of Interviews with Women Trailblazers

Order the book on Amazon!
[Get a copy now!]

Women for the U.S. Supreme Court


Powered By

Contact Us


Email *

Message *

Our Equal Pay Day Partners:

We’re proud to partner with the following businesses on Equal Pay Day! #20PercentCounts

“As a participant in Lean In’s Circle program, Lean In Ohio is using Lean In’s name, program logos and other branded materials under a license from LeanIn.Org. Lean In Ohio is an independent group, and LeanIn.Org does not control its activities. Visit leanin.org to learn more about Lean In and its programs.”