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  • Thomson Reuters Lisa Schlosser

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Thomson Reuters

    • Name

      Lisa Schlosser

    • Position

      Chief Technology Officer, FindLaw

      Eagan, MN

    Lisa Schlosser is chief technology officer for FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters business providing digital marketing solutions for law firms and FindLaw.com, home to the largest online legal directory of lawyers. Fostering a dynamic and customer-centric work culture, she collaborates closely with the business to build innovative solutions.

    Lisa has over 25 years of experience in information technology, holding several programming and leadership positions throughout her career. She earned bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and computer science from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.

    Lisa believes strongly in volunteerism and was elected as a board member of the Minnesota High Tech Association in January 2010 and vice-chair in 2015, as well as board member of the Science Museum of Minnesota in December 2015. In addition, since May 2015, she has served on the board of the Anita Borg Institute, a social enterprise focused on the advancement of women in computing and founder of the Grace Hopper Celebration. She is involved with many efforts in the community to promote students in STEM careers and women in technology and has also appeared on an episode of Driving Change.

  • Thomson Reuters Katherine Manuel

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Thomson Reuters

    • Name

      Katherine Manuel

    • Position

      Senior Vice President, Innovation

      New York, NY

    As SVP of Innovation at Thomson Reuters, Katherine Manuel is helping the company transition from an international holding company to a global innovator creating partnerships and growth opportunities for its customers, employees and shareholders.

    Prior to this role, Katherine was a member of the Corporate Strategy team, where she worked with corporate leadership to create a long-term strategy based on market understanding and access to customers and products.

    Katherine has been with Thomson Reuters for nearly 11 years, holding senior positions within both the Legal and Tax & Accounting businesses as well as leading Technology Strategy & Enterprise Architecture for Healthcare & Science. From there, she joined the Office of the CEO, where she worked on various projects within the News division and the company-wide Transformation program.

    Before joining Thomson Reuters, Katherine worked for Accenture, focusing on the Media, Entertainment and Telecom industries. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Davidson College and a Masters of Business Administration from Duke University. She sits on the Advisory Boards of Duke University’s The Fuqua School of Business’ Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, as well as SOAR Triangle, a non-profit established to support women-led startups in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina.

  • Thomson Reuters Mona Vernon

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Thomson Reuters

    • Name

      Mona Vernon

    • Position

      Chief Technology Officer, Thomson Reuters Labs

      Boston, MA

    Mona M. Vernon is the Chief Technology Officer, Thomson Reuters Labs. She leads Thomson Reuters' network of global innovation labs, its research & development function, the Center for Cognitive Computing, blockchain engineering, and the design resources for the customer digital experience transformation. She also manages the start-up investment fund.


    Previously, Mona was Vice President, Thomson Reuters Labs where she founded and scaled up the global innovation labs network to partner with customers and start-ups and academic partner. Prior to leading the labs, Mona owned the Emerging Technology and Innovation Strategy for the Global CTO and successfully deployed an Open Innovation Challenge program across the company. Before joining Thomson Reuters, she managed product and technology development in technology start-ups.

    Mona holds a B.S. and M.S. in mechanical engineering from Tufts University and a S.M. in Engineering and Management from MIT/MIT Sloan, where her research focused on the role of customer experience in digital business strategy. She is an Executive Board Member of the FinTech Sandbox, an external advisor to the MIT Institute for Data Systems and Society, a Corporate Council Member at Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, a member of the Boston Financial Services Leadership Council, and a winner of Boston 50 on Fire.

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What Women Should Know about Working At Thomson Reuters
In a note to Thomson Reuters staff on International Women's Day in 2017, Jim Smith, President and CEO, announced a commitment to increasing female representation in senior leadership roles.

"Women make up 43 percent of our employee population but only 30 percent of our senior leadership. I think we can do better. I believe diversity matters, and that our executive ranks need to better reflect our employee and customer bases.

To that end, I am pleased to announce that Thomson Reuters has committed to reaching a minimum of 40 percent female representation in senior leadership roles, globally, by 2020. Declaring this incremental target, and publicly reporting our progress as part of our Corporate Responsibility & Inclusion Annual Report, will help us move faster, and keep us accountable. A diverse and inclusive company is a company I want to work for, and I am excited about what we can all achieve moving forward, together."

Gender diversity statistics

    • Women in workforce
    • 43%
    • Women holding senior management
    • 30%
    • Women directors on board
    • 17%

Programs, initiatives, groups

    • Additional information
    • The Women at Thomson Reuters Employee Network strives to develop the talents and champion the contributions of female employees, thus promoting women as equal partners in the success, achievement, and profitability of Thomson Reuters.
    • Unconscious bias training
    • Yes
    • Internal mentorship / sponsorship programs
    • Yes
    • Internal employee networking
    • Yes
    • Diversity initiatives / processes for recruiting
    • Yes
    • Executive coaching
    • Yes

Flexible working

    • Flexible working policies
    • Thomson Reuters supports the use of flexible work arrangements because it promotes the work-life balance of our employees, and improves productivity, retention and customer satisfaction. We're proud to be named one of the best companies for work/life balance.

      There are many types of flexible work arrangements that may be beneficial for the employee and the company. Below are some examples of commonly-used flexible work arrangements:

      • Telecommuting 
      • Compressed hours
      • Reduced hours (part-time)
      • Job share
      • Variable work hours (flex time)
    • Remote working
    • Yes, All regular Thomson Reuters employees may apply for flexible work arrangements.
    • Part-time working
    • Yes
    • Percentage of your workforce that takes advantage of flexible working
    • 65%

Parental Leave

    • Overview: Parental leave policies
    • Not long ago, Thomson Reuters announced it was extending its parental leave policy in the U.S., giving both parents – not just the birth mother – 12 weeks of paid leave within a year of the child’s birth or adoption. For the birth parent, parental leave begins when disability ends, which generally extends the period of paid leave to 18 weeks.Beyond the fact that it’s the right thing to do, it’s a sensible measure for any company that prides itself as a champion of innovation, diversity and inclusion. Learn more: https://blogs.thomsonreuters.com/answerson/gender-neutral-parental-leave-supporting-families-children-employers/
    • Paid maternity leave
    • Yes
    • Unpaid maternity leave
    • Yes
    • Paid paternity leave
    • Yes
    • Unpaid paternity leave
    • Yes
    • Adoptive paid leave
    • Yes
    • Short-term disability benefits
    • Yes

Maternity-Related Benefits

    • Lactation facilities
    • Yes

Care-taking benefits

    • Back-up childcare
    • Yes, Emergency Back-up Care - All regular employees scheduled to work at least 20 hours (U.S. and Canada only) per week are eligible to utilize back up care options provided by Bright Horizons. Through this benefit, you have access to experienced backup care specialists 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These specialists find and schedule care in your home or in a child care center on your behalf so you can continue to work. Anyone who counts on you as their primary caregiver; infants through the elderly qualifies for the program.

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