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An Online Membership with coaching pioneer and leadership expert Dr. Kimberly Jackson

Advancing Women in Leadership

Study after study finds that companies with more women in leadership roles tend to be considered “higher quality” companies, with better returns on equity. Companies that utilize female talent effectively also are 45 percent more likely to report improved market share.

Having more women in leadership roles is good for society, too. According to the World Economic Forum, countries with greater female representation are more prosperous and competitive.

In the United States, about 52 percent of all management, professional and related occupations were held by women in 2015. Yet women today account for only 5 percent of the CEOs of S&P 500 companies and less than 20 percent of the board members of Fortune 1000 companies. Clearly, there’s still plenty of work to do.


Opening August 2022






Leadership Insights for Women in STEM
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