We celebrate women every day – not just on International Women’s Day.

In the U.S., 14 million women-owned businesses generated $2.7 trillion in revenue in 2023. Of these, 15 thousand are certified women-owned businesses through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).1 At Intercross, we’re proud to be a small part of each of these statistics. In fact, our staff is 65% women.

According to Forbes, women-owned businesses tend to be highly resilient and adaptable.2 We can certainly agree with that, having navigated the switch to remote work at the beginning of the pandemic seamlessly and faster than many of our competitors.

Intercross is a WBENC-certified, woman-owned business.Women bring a different perspective and different type of leadership to business. And research shows that women frequently lead companies to higher profitability, safer work environments and better customer experience levels.3

As we recognize International Women’s Day, we celebrate all of the women in our lives – whether they’re family, friends, coworkers or other business owners.

1. WBENC Women’s Business Enterprise National Council
2. Continuing To Empower Women-Owned Businesses Will Strengthen The Economy
3. Research: Adding Women to the C-Suite Changes How Companies Think

Diana Maples

President and Managing Partner

“We have an amazing group of seasoned, smart, creative, agile people.”

At Intercross my role is focused on leading our exceptional account and creative teams and helping to ensure our clients receive the best possible service, the highest quality creative and the strongest results.

This team partners with clients every day to solve marketing challenges. They keep our clients moving forward, helping them build on their success and achieve their marketing goals.

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Joined: 1997
Years of experience: 30+
MBA, Carlson School of Management, Strategic and Entrepreneurial Management
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth