Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Honeywell International, Inc.


Anne T. Madden joined Honeywell in 1996 and became Senior Vice President and General Counsel in 2017, where she is responsible for the company’s global Legal function, which includes all global legal matters, as well as oversight of global Compliance matters, Government Relations, Global Security and Health, Safety, Environmental, Product Stewardship and Sustainability. In January 2020, Anne also took on responsibility for the Global M&A/Corporate Development function at Honeywell. She is a member of the Honeywell senior leadership team and is a company officer. 

Among many other awards, Anne has been recognized as a “Woman Worth Watching” by Profiles in Diversity magazine, received the NJ Biz “Best Fifty Women in Business” award, was named by Treasury and Risk magazine as one of the Top Females in Finance, and was named a Chambers General Counsel Global 100 Influencer. She is a member of the Association of General Counsel, the board of the Institute for Legal Reform, the Council on Foreign Relations, the board of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Foundation, and board of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library Foundation.

Anne exemplifies inclusive leadership as a co-chair of the Honeywell Global I&D Steering Committee and helped to fortify the language in Honeywell’s zero-tolerance policy on discrimination. She provides regular support and engagement to Honeywell’s numerous Employee Networks and recently championed the development of a trans employee toolkit in support of LGBTQ+ employees. 

Honeywell’s diversity efforts include many efforts to promote retention among women, including its Women in Honeywell Engineering Network (WHEN) and the Aerospace Women’s Council.

In 2019, Honeywell was named an LCLD Top Performer for the seventh consecutive year. The company received the award again in 2021 and 2022. 

Read about Honeywell’s 2017 LCLD Learning Experience here and its 2012 LCLD Learning Experience here

Joined LCLD 2010 

Highlights of LCLD Participation  

Fellows Program 

Hosted Learning Experience (2017, 2012)
Hosted Leadership Lunch (2014, 2012)
Fellows nominated:
2022: Antonio Lewis, Jennifer Phan, Luis Arizmendi, Tasha Inegbenebor, Jennifer Hobik, Robin Kynaston, Jana Moodie, Penny Yang, Will Munnerlyn; 2021: Lucia Guijarro, Lourdes Montoya, Damain Peterson, Anne Alexander-Riley; 2020: Amanda Balmer, Gary Chung, Maria Reyes, Paige Sarff; 2019: Elizabeth Larsen, Daniela Tijerina, Michael Wong; 2018: Ibie Falcusan, Lynn Dummett, Kelly Moraes, Tanya Quinonez;  2017: Gregory Ogunsanya, Farzaneh Paslar; 2016: Jose Gonzalez-Magaz, Katherine J. Ma, Alison Campbell Malin Zoellner; 2015: Ken Joung, Yaneris Rosa; 2014: Anthony Anson Kuznik, Martina Sailer; 2013: Valeria Chapa-Garza, Therese M. LeBlanc; 2012: Haitang Jiang, Christine Schnabel Ruppert; 2011: Maja Anette Berlin-Del Vigna, Jacqueline Katzel  

1L LCLD Scholars Program
Scholars hosted: 2022: Amy Schlagel; 2021: Adelarin Yemi-Sofumade, Ololade Akintunde, Gregg Hill, James Street, Zachary Taylor, Moises Mizrachi Pitchon, Kristen Smith, Chabely Urena, Zachary Hawkins; 2020: Priya Patel, Brian Kay, Sharon Maher; 2019: Parth Kalaria, Carla Luna, Benjamin Fernandez, Erick Wong, Jordan Ortmeier, Kristen Dupard; 2017: Ernan Kiselica, Mikaela Colby, Patricia Liverpool, Wendy Li, Benjamin Somogyi, Isabela Uria; 2015: Steven M. Choi, Lindsey M. Huang; 2014: Habin Chung

Success in Law School Mentoring Program
Mentors provided: 2021, 2020, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012

Annual Meeting (2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016)
Leadership Summit (2016)

Member: Anne T. Madden

Diversity Professional: Therese Le BlancLisa Parlato LeDonne

Communications: Joey Shevlin, Regina Oenbrink