Together, we are changing the face of business leadership.
C200 is a professional peer community like no other. Our members include C-suite executives in the world’s best-known corporations and trailblazing entrepreneurs. These women lead companies and business units, holding titles such as CEO, COO, Founder, General Manager, and Operating President, and maintain significant P&L responsibility.
Our members have the knowledge and experience to serve as mentors and advisors to empower the greater C200 community of all women in business, current and rising leaders. Together, members educate, support, advise, and inspire women across business and industry.
Powerful and welcoming, purposeful and diverse, together, we are changing the face of business leadership.
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Join the ranks of extraordinary women —
Become a C200 member.
As a member of C200, you’ll have access to…
- a trusted network of C-level peers and confidantes to support, advise, and inspire your personal and professional growth
- the next generation of women leaders through C200’s Advancing Women Programs. Together we learn and mentor each other across age and stage
- Councils, our confidential member-to-member advisory groups for discussions, problem-solving, and sharing
- the Corporate Board Forum, helping executives secure for-profit/corporate board opportunities
- members-only content and events, environments that foster camaraderie and connections among women in leadership
See the criteria for membership below and let us know if you’re interested in starting an application.
Being connected to a professional, global network of women has enhanced my role as a business leader. Learning and collaborating with wise, inspired women colleagues has been a gift to my growth.
– Lili Hall, President/CEO, KNOCK, Inc.
A candidate must be a company founder and/or a majority or controlling owner. An entrepreneur candidate is responsible for running the company day to day and is reporting a minimum of $20 million in annual revenues.
A corporate candidate is an executive responsible for the P&L of the company or subsidiary/division generating annual revenues of at least $250 million.
A candidate running a privately-held company should be responsible for the full P&L of the parent company or subsidiary/division generating annual revenues of at least $75 million.
In addition to meeting the above financial requirements, prospective members must be recognized leaders within their industry and their community, and committed to advancing other women in business leadership.
To read more about C200’s programs that support high potential women in developing skills to prepare for leading an organization, please click here.