In this presentation, an overview of the goals, methods, results, and implications of the study will be offered. Results are taken from quantitative web-based surveys of both women and management, follow-up qualitative interviews with both women and management, and documentation of “best practices” (as reported by both women and management) regarding company and professional organization initiatives aimed at supporting the careers of women in industrial chemistry. Topics to be included in highlighting the results of the study are success and advancement, workplace climate and company support, the home-work interface, and programs and initiatives aimed at supporting women (with particular emphasis on mentoring). Perspectives of both women and management will be addressed in this presentation. Data regarding diverse subgroups of women (e.g., racial/ethnic minority women) also will be included.