News & Editorials

California becomes first state requiring women to sit on corporate boards – The Hill

These are the industries that have the best and worst gender equality in leadership – Fast Company

State Street to Vote Against More Directors at Male-Only Boards – Bloomberg

California Push for Women on Corporate Boards Prompts SEC Backlash –

Jerry Brown Can Unlock The Boardroom For Women, But Will He? – Forbes

All-Male Boards Could Face New Pressure From Shareholder Adviser ISS –

What It's Really Like For Young Black Women On Boards – Black Enterprise

California pushes to put women on company boards – BBC

3 Steps to Add More Women Leaders to Your Company's Executive Board – Entrepreneur

California may mandate a woman in the boardroom—but businesses are fighting it – CALmatters

50 Youngest U.S. Public Company Board Members – Equilar

Private-Equity Boys' Clubs Finally Realize They Need Women on Boards – TheStreet

Fortune 500 companies appointed a record percentage of women to their boards last year – Quartz at Work

Number of women on Fortune 500 boards grew by a record 10% from 2016 to 2017 – HR Dive

Women Need To Take More Risks To Become Leaders – Forbes

One Tech Company Intends To Change How Cities Create Better Conditions For Female Entrepreneurs – Forbes

NYC comptroller engages with more than half of companies in board diversity campaign – Pensions & Investments

REIT Industry Hits Diversity Record With Female Board Appointees – The Wall Street Journal

Whatever you do, don't ask Ardern how she'll juggle – Courier Mail

Want to avoid activist investors? Recruit more women directors – Financial Times

Why 2018 could be a record year for women joining corporate boards – CNBC

More Women May Be Required On Company Board Of Directors – CBS Sacramento

Women of Influence: Progress made, but more needed – Milwaukee Business Journal

California Bill Would Make Companies Add Women to Their Boards – RACKED

Creating Opportunities For Women To Succeed In Male-Dominated Industries – Forbes

Women On Boards: Why The Conversation Matters – Forbes

The 'Force Of Nature' Behind Getting Women On Boards – Forbes

The Fearless Girl Is Still Standing While The Number Of Women On Boards Falls Flat – Forbes

How to Get More Women in the Boardroom? Some Try Blunt Force – The Wall Street Journal

California Could Become First State to Mandate Women on Boards – Bloomberg

Big Investors Push Harder for More Women Directors – Bloomberg

Women bring in more focus, objectivity & their presence on boards makes men perform better: M Damodaran – The Economic Times

Silicon Valley’s (other) gender in tech problem: Women in Bay Area biotech are still waiting to break through –

Russell 3000 Boards Are on Pace to Reach Gender Parity by 2048 – Equilar

Airbnb adds Chenault, pledges next hire for all-male board will be a woman – USA Today

Women leaders help cut down corporate fraud, investors say – Detroit Free Press

Skechers, Kodak, Hostess: Household brands without any women on the board – Quartz at Work

Want More Women on Boards? This Stat Helps – Bloomberg

Women and Minorities Are the Majority of New Board Seats for the First Time – Bloomberg

Sallie Mae Recognized for Diversity of Its Board of Directors – Business Wire

The EU Is Taking a Drastic Step to Put More Women on Corporate Boards – Fortune

Women's Forum of New York To Honor Corporate Game Changers Advancing Women On Boards At Biennial "Breakfast of Corporate Champions" – PR Newswire

In Illinois, 80 percent of the boardroom is male – CRAIN'S Chicago Business

SurveyMonkey CEO cautions against 'a bunch of white guys' on boards – BNN

We can't stop sexual harassment until we restructure corporate boards – QUARTZ

Strength in numbers – Business Observer

Women gaining critical mass on Georgia company boards – Atlanta Business Chronicle

Women on Boards: A Call to Action with The Guardian's Deanna Mulligan – The Huffington Post

Women on Boards: A Call to Action with Accenture’s Pierre Nanterme – The Huffington Post

The DC region's corporate boards are adding women at a sluggish rate –