- October 09, 2016 -

Donald Trump’s History Of Empowering Women

Trump Has A Great Record Of Promoting And Empowering Women At His Companies

The Washington Post Headline: “Donald Trump, A Champion Of Women? His Female Employees Think So.” (The Washington Post, 11/24/15)

Women Who Have Worked With Trump Say He Was “Ahead Of His Time In Providing Career Advancement For Women” And Promoted Women In A Male-Dominated Industry. “But many women who have worked closely with Trump say he was a corporate executive ahead of his time in providing career advancement for women. While some say he could be boorish, his companies nurtured and pro­moted women in an otherwise male-dominated industry.” (Frances Stead Sellers, “Donald Trump, A Champion Of Women? His Female Employees Think So.,” The Washington Post, 11/24/15)

  • “Several Women Said They Appreciated How Trump Granted Them Entry To A New Playing Field.” (Frances Stead Sellers, “Donald Trump, A Champion Of Women? His Female Employees Think So.,” The Washington Post, 11/24/15)

Louise Sunshine, Former Trump Executive Vice President: “From The Standpoint Of Being A Woman, I Just Thought He Was Phenomenal. So Supportive And Encouraging.” (Frances Stead Sellers, “Donald Trump, A Champion Of Women? His Female Employees Think So.,” The Washington Post, 11/24/15)

Former Trump Executive Barbara Res: “He Wasn’t Discriminatory Against Women That I Saw.” (Frances Stead Sellers, “Donald Trump, A Champion Of Women? His Female Employees Think So.,” The Washington Post, 11/24/15)

Deirdre Rosen, Vice President Of Human Resources For The Trump Organization, Praised Trump For His Flexibility In Allowing For A Family Life. “Deirdre Rosen, 42, vice president of human resources for the Trump Hotel Collection, said that after working for big public companies, the seven years she has spent at the family-run Trump Organization have offered her the flexibility to ‘be present at soccer games and drama club’ with her children.” (Frances Stead Sellers, “Donald Trump, A Champion Of Women? His Female Employees Think So.,” The Washington Post, 11/24/15)

Jill Martin, “Assistant General Counsel [For Trump], … Described A Boss Who Helped Her Overcome Her Caution About Her Abilities And Encouraged Her To Grow.” “Jill Martin, 35, assistant general counsel, who joined the Trump Organization five years ago, described a boss who helped her overcome her caution about her abilities and encouraged her to grow.” (Frances Stead Sellers, “Donald Trump, A Champion Of Women? His Female Employees Think So.,” The Washington Post, 11/24/15)

There Are More Women Than Man Holding Executive Positions In The Trump Organization According To Trump Attorney Michael Cohen. “Today, according to Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen, there are more women than men holding executive positions in the Trump Organization, heading such departments as human resources, golf and hotel management, and global licensing, even though women make up just 43 percent of the overall workforce.” (Frances Stead Sellers, “Donald Trump, A Champion Of Women? His Female Employees Think So.,” The Washington Post, 11/24/15)

  • “Women Who Are In Similar Positions As Men, Cohen Said, ‘Are Compensated At Equal And In Many Cases Higher Pay Rates.’” (Frances Stead Sellers, “Donald Trump, A Champion Of Women? His Female Employees Think So.,” The Washington Post, 11/24/15)