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Women represent 7.4% of Fortune 500 CEO's.

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257 YEARS

At the current rate, it will take

to achieve gender equality.*

To put this into perspective, a human mission to Mars is expected by 2053. 

Gender equality is nowhere near being on the same track.

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Women Lawyers are 45 percent of associates but only 22.7 percent of partners and 19 percent of equity partners.  American Progress

In medicine, Women represent 40 percent of all physicians and surgeons but only 16 percent of permanent medical school deans.  Linkageinc.com

Women earn the majority of doctorates for eight consecutive years, but are only 32 percent of full professors and 30 percent of college presidents.  American Progress

 

Women occupy 10% of top management positions in S&P 1500; holding 19% of all board seats. 

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As recently as 2016, 43% of the 150 highest earning public companies in Silicon Valley had ZERO female executive officers.  

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"It has been proven that increased representation and participation by women leads to greater organizational performance and innovation."

"When we consider the fact that half of the nation’s workforce assets are underutilized, this becomes not only a social, moral, or economic issue, but also one of sustainability.."


 

Dr. Toni Farmer-Thompson

Deputy VP, Educational Outreach & Student Services

Arizona State University

Co-Author - Constitutional Grit

CORPORATE DIVERSITY IN THE C-SUITE IS ESSENTIAL FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND COMPETITIVENESS


Despite recent advances in female board participation globally, gender diversity among top executives remains disappointingly low across all markets, with some improvement discerned in the last few years. 

When considering international governance, the ISS Environmental & Social Quality Score reports that "The U.S. lags behind gender diversity policy disclosure for senior management".  Women in the C-Suite: The Next Frontier in Gender Diversity, Harvard Law School, August 2018

FACT

A profitable firm at which 30 percent of leaders are women could expect to add more than 1 percentage point to its net margin compared with an otherwise similar firm with no female leaders.*

FACT

Women are less likely to be hired into entry-level jobs than men, even though they currently earn more bachelor's degrees and have the same attrition rate. As employees move up the corporate ladder, the disparity increases. Only 79 women are promoted to manager, compared to every 100 men.**

FACT

“We did our own analysis of Fortune 500 companies,” Joe Carella of the Univ. of Arizona, tells CNBC’s Make It, “and we found that companies that have women in top management roles experience what we call ‘innovation intensity’ and produce more patents — by an average of 20 percent more than teams with male leaders,” Joe Carella, Asst. Dean University of Arizona ***

* 1991 global study by Peterson Institute for International Economics.

** Women in the Workplace 2018, McKinsey

*** Joe Carella, Asst. Dean University of Arizona to CNBC 

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Discover the history of systemic female inequality.

Learn about the overwhelming evidence of how equality leads to profitability and competitiveness.


The Keys of Implementation. These keys will unlock the doors that stand between female equality and inclusion.

Solutions. Find out how corporations can take action today to create parity in their organizations. 

 
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