Clockwork CEO serving on panel for first White House Summit on Working Families

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June 20, 2014
By: Sarah McKenzie
Sarah McKenzie

Nancy Lyons, CEO of Northeast-based Clockwork Active Media, will serve on a panel for the first White House Summit on Working Families on Monday, June 23. 

The summit will take a look at ways American workplaces can adjust to the changing demographics of the workforce and adopt more family-friendly policies.

Lyons launched Clockwork, an interactive agency, in 2002. She has spearheaded several proposals to promote work/life balance, including allowing employees to work remotely, a Babies at Work program for parents transitioning from maternity and paternity leave and unlimited vacation time.

“We recognize, prioritize, and focus on the whole family — parents and children — in how we operate and interact,” Lyons said. “By empowering and enabling employees to make decisions about their life and their work, we create autonomy and greater commitment, as well as a shared value system. Feeling good about home and work creates a positive environment, reduces stress and improves performance.”