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VP Kathryn Karol: Five Ways I Lead

Kathryn Karol joined Caterpillar in 2012 as vice president of the Global Government & Corporate Affairs Division. She brings more than 25 years of global experience to Caterpillar, having previously served in as vice president of Global Government and Corporate Affairs at Amgen, Inc. and Executive Director for international government affairs and market access for Eli Lily and Company.

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Step In The Right Direction for More Women in Manufacturing

Did you know that the need for qualified manufacturing professionals increases each year? These aren’t your typical manufacturing jobs – these are careers in fields such as engineering, technology development, logistics and manufacturing. While women make up approximately half of the overall labor force, only about 25 percent of manufacturing roles are held by women.

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Denise Johnson: Why Focus Only on Women?

Recently, we launched an enterprise-wide initiative – Women in Leadership – to address gender balance at Caterpillar. I am often asked, “Why focus only on women?” Well, it’s not just about women. Addressing gender is our first step in a broader, more intentional diversity and inclusion journey. We know we have room to improve the diversity of our full employee landscape.

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Caterpillar Named One of Woman Engineer Magazine's "Top 50 Employers" in 2016

Caterpillar was recently ranked No. 7 on Woman Engineer magazine’s “Top 50 Employers” in 2016. Readers selected companies where they would most like to work and those they think would provide a positive working environment for women engineers.

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Chief Analytics Director Morgan Vawter Name to Fortune's 40 Under 40

Caterpillar congratulates Morgan Vawter, chief analytics director, for being named to Fortune’s 40 Under 40 list. Leading Caterpillar’s analytics approach, the former Accenture consultant is helping to transform our 91-year-old manufacturing company known for iconic heavy-machinery into the leader of the industrial digital age.

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