CoreCivic has been recognized as a 2020 Women on Boards Winning Company.
The award honors companies that champion diversity by having at least 20 percent of its board seats held by women. At CoreCivic, 30 percent of seats is held by women. Donna M. Alvarado, Stacia Hylton and Anne L. Mariucci each holds a seat on the ten-member Board.
"We are proud to be part of this vanguard group of companies reflecting board diversity," said CoreCivic Board Member Donna Alvarado. "We hope this list continues to grow each year. Diverse, collaborative thought leadership in the boardroom and among executives and employees at all levels is essential for success in the 21st century."
In addition to CoreCivic's Board of Directors, two women currently serve as executive vice presidents within the company's seven-member Executive Leadership team: Lucibeth Mayberry, J.D., executive vice president of Real Estate, and Kim White, executive vice president of Human Resources. CoreCivic also maintains a near-equal ratio of male to female employees across the company.
"As a company, we are always looking for ways to be forward-thinking, innovative and better," said Mayberry. "By embracing diversity, we provide the catalyst for strong ideas, progressive solutions and continued success."
"I am especially proud of this recognition of our Board," said White. "An organization's strength is found in its members and the unique experiences and perspectives they contribute for the greater good."
2020 Women on Boards is a nonprofit that works to increase the number of women serving on corporate boards, with a goal of 20 percent or more on every board by the year 2020. Each year the group recognizes companies that are hitting the mark.
CoreCivic is proud to support increased diversity and inclusion across our company, our industry, and throughout the world.