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PI Worldwide Recognized As A Top 100 Women Led Business in Massachusetts

PI Worldwide, a leader in science-driven insights that help optimize the performance and potential of individuals, teams, and organizations, today announced that is has been named to The Commonwealth Institute's (TCI) top 100 women led businesses in Massachusetts.
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PI Worldwide, a leader in science-driven insights that help optimize the performance and potential of individuals, teams, and organizations, today announced that is has been named to The Commonwealth Institute’s (TCI) top 100 women led businesses in Massachusetts.

For the past 13 years, TCI has compiled the list to highlight the achievements of Massachusetts women. This marks the second year of its partnership with the Globe Magazine, and represents a more holistic approach to creating the list. This year’s list includes nonprofits as well as for-profit organizations, and incorporates new ranking data. Although revenue or operating budget is still an essential component, workplace and management diversity, innovation and number of full-time employees also played a part in the rankings.

“It is an honor to be included on this list for the second year in a row,” said Nancy Martini, PI Worldwide president and CEO. “At PI Worldwide, we are dedicated to helping companies of all sizes optimize their workforces through data-driven decisions. This award underscores our commitment to helping clients achieve excellence in how they select talent, achieve growth goals and develop leaders at all levels.”

Since 2002, The Commonwealth Institute, a Boston-based nonprofit devoted to aiding women in business, has compiled the annual list. The winners were named at an award ceremony breakfast which took place onOctober 24 at the Seaport Boston Hotel. The full list was published in the Globe Magazine’s Women & Power Issue at bostonglobe.com/magazine on October 24 and in print on October 26.

“It’s no surprise to us that women are the fuel helping drive the economic engine in Massachusetts,” said Aileen Gorman, executive director of TCI. “There is no sector where women leaders are not represented; we and theBoston Globe Magazine are excited to celebrate this, and we hope this also inspires other women to strive for leadership positions in our region.”

TCI, a Boston-based nonprofit, uses a community-based model to help women leaders become and stay successful. Its members include CEOs, senior executives, directors of nonprofits and solo professionals.