**Published as a supporting partner of the Financial Times Women at the Top Summit USA The U.S. 30% Club is delighted to be a supporting partner of the inaugural FT Women at the Top Summit USA, taking place in New York on November 12th. The summit focuses on gender equality in business and follows […]
**Published first in Fast Company on December, 6th 2018** We are at a historical moment where tides can turn quickly to create meaningful, systemic change towards how women are welcomed and represented in the world of business. California recently passed a mandate requiring public companies that are incorporated in the state to have at least one […]
U.S. 30% Club Announces Public Company Members Have Achieved An Average of 30% Female Representation on Board
In June 2017, the U.S. 30% Club gathered to celebrate our third anniversary, recognizing individual members like Brian Moynihan for supporting and appointing female directors; and emphasizing the kind of incremental—yet, ultimately transformative—change driven by committed leaders. Delivering opening remarks at the U.S. 30% Club’s Fourth Anniversary event on June 7th, 2018, Founding Chairman […]
The views and opinions expressed in these posts are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. 30% Club. Eve Ellis is a financial advisor and portfolio manager in New York City. When I was first invited to write a blog for this space, we were about a week away […]
U.S. 30% Club Founding Chairman Peter Grauer debunks the myth that there aren’t enough qualified women out there to fill empty board seats.
Of the women serving in the highest executive roles, 78.5% have yet to serve on a board of directors, according to a new study from Equilar and The U.S. 30% Club.
There are very few moments in our lives and careers, where we can play a role in shaping history. The magnitude of challenges facing women in the workplace range in size and scope, but the need for better board room representation is acute.
Male Executives Need to ‘Lean In’ Too : Gender diversity on corporate boards is the right thing to do and it makes economic sense.