Awards & Honors

Dr. Rodin has been widely recognized for her work and leadership throughout her career.

Among her numerous notable mentions and awards, she has been named repeatedly to Forbes’ 100 Most Powerful Women in the World list, Crains Most Powerful Women in New York list, as well as the National Association of Corporate Directors’ (NACD’s) 2011 Directorship 100, in recognition of her work promoting the highest standards of corporate governance.

In 2009 US News and World Report honored her in their list of America’s Best Leaders. Additionally, she holds 18 honorary degrees from institutions of higher learning.

In 2004, she received both the prestigious Philadelphia Award and the William Penn Award for her:

commitment to elevating the economy of West Philadelphia and the quality of life for its residents; for her leadership roles in galvanizing Philadelphia’s higher education institutions in order to keep the region’s brightest graduates there; and for promoting the region as a high-tech business location.

In 2006, she was awarded the Pennsylvania Society’s Gold Medal for Distinguished Achievement, which is bestowed upon “a prominent person in recognition of leadership, citizenship and contributions to the arts, science, education and industry,” making her the first person ever to receive all three of these major Pennsylvania honors.