The National Women’s Business Council has welcomed Deborah Rosado Shaw as a new member for a three-year appointment. Based in New Jersey, Shaw is a thought leader, an entrepreneur, a business executive and an expert on leadership and performance.

Over ten years ago, Shaw founded what has become the Rosado Shaw Group, LLC, a career success and leadership development firm focused on women’s leadership and diversity. She is currently Senior Vice President, Chief Global Diversity and Engagement Officer at PepsiCo, Inc. In this role, Shaw provides leadership for the global food and beverage company’s diversity and engagement strategy – bringing together a diversity of backgrounds and perspectives to achieve strategic business initiatives, advance performance and drive innovation.

“We are excited to have Deb Rosado Shaw join our esteemed group of Council Members. She has decades of experience supporting companies, both small and Fortune 500s, to develop diverse and skilled talent that support the business’ mission and strategy,” said Carla Harris, Presidentially-appointed Chair of the National Women’s Business Council, “Deborah’s expertise and network will be a great addition to the Council.”

Rosado Shaw has been recognized with numerous awards, including the “Trailblazer Award” from the Women’s Leadership Exchange, the SBA-sponsored “Women of Enterprise Award,” the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award from the National Foundation of Women Legislators, the “America’s Free Enterprise Legend Award” from the Students in Free Enterprise, and the “Office Depot Visionary” award. Additionally, Hispanic Business Magazine named Shaw one of “80 Elite Women Leaders” and Hispanic Magazine has several times listed her as one of the “100 Most Successful Latinas in the U.S.”

Rosado Shaw is a visionary whose insights have been featured in Business Week, Forbes, “O” Magazine, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and many others. She has been a guest on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” Telemundo and on ABC, CNN, FOX and NBC affiliates nationwide, speaking about women’s leadership, diversity and engagement. In addition, her personal achievements have been used as a case study in several textbooks.

“I look forward to serving on the Council and using this distinct privilege to provide women greater access to realizing their full potential,” said Rosado Shaw about her new appointment to the Council.

Deborah Rosado Shaw brings a new and unique perspective as well as great expertise to the Council,” said Amanda Brown, Executive Director of the National Women’s Business Council. “Leadership and talent development is so important and we hope to draw from her expertise as we continue to act on our recommendations.”

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