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December 2, 2001 Changed Boards Forever

Twenty years ago. The day that Enron filed for bankruptcy. While it would be months — even years — before we truly understood the ripple effects of the Enron debacle, the company’s bankruptcy most certainly marked the end of an era.

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Women in Philanthropy

University of Iowa alumni Janice Ellig joins President Emerita Sally Mason for an extraordinary conversation, discovering the spark, pull, passion that ignites her philanthropic spirit!

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Executive Interviews: 2021 Women’s Forum of NY Breakfast of Corporate Champions

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Women’s Forum of NY Recognizing Companies Striving to Attain Gender Parity on Corporate Boards

The Breakfast of Corporate Champions Event will honor 243 companies that have achieved 35 percent or more female board representation.

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Women’s Forum Recognizing Companies Striving to Attain Gender Parity on Corporate Boards

The Breakfast of Corporate Champions Event will honor 243 companies that have achieved 35 percent or more female board representation.

Please visit the full WWD article which includes Janice Ellig HERE

Download a pdf of the article HERE

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Success has many Mothers-Here are the women who paved the way for nasdaq’s bold effort to put more women on boards” Written by Davia Temin

“On August 6th 2021, in an historic and somewhat surprising move, the SEC approved Nasdaq’s revolutionary rule to require its 3,000 listed companies to have either one or two women on their board of directors (depending upon board size), as well as one person from a racial minority or who identifies as LGBTQ+ — or publicly explain why not…”

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Success has many Mothers-Here are the women who paved the way for nasdaq’s bold effort to put more women on boards” Written by Davia Temin

“On August 6th 2021, in an historic and somewhat surprising move, the SEC approved Nasdaq’s revolutionary rule to require its 3,000 listed companies to have either one or two women on their board of directors (depending upon board size), as well as one person from a racial minority or who identifies as LGBTQ+ — or publicly explain why not…”

Please visit the full 2021 FORBES article which includes Janice Ellig HERE

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As Seen in Los Angeles Business Journal!

We are so proud to be included in the LA Business Journal publication featuring our recent call to action – “Nine Actionable Solutions to Reimagining Board Diversity.”

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As Seen in Los Angeles Business Journal!

We are so proud to be included in the LA Business Journal publication featuring our recent call to action – “Nine Actionable Solutions to Reimagining Board Diversity.”

To download the article, outlining the nine steps to further diversify your boards of directors, click HERE