Throughout history, from the statehouse to the boardroom, women have been excluded from leadership roles globally. We have a long way to go toward equal representation in positions of power, but the paradigm is beginning to shift. As women increasingly fill leadership roles, evidence is mounting that female leadership is tied to positive outcomes in profits, business ethics, peace, and the public good. Yet, many stereotypes still hold firm. This session will address those taboos, discuss data both positive and inconclusive, and highlight some of the women moving the needle on gender equity in leadership.
FORMAT: PANEL DISCUSSION