Watch this session of our #WBCFasterTogether Linkedin Live series where we will host Damon Hininger, President & CEO of CoreCivic, and Lucibeth Mayberry, EVP of Real Estate, CoreCivic to discuss male allyship in the workplace. This conversation will be moderated by Sharon W. Reynolds, MBA RSVP Below! #WBCFasterTogether #LinkedinLive #MaleAllyship #AllyofHer
AN ALLIANCE A COLLABORATION A WOMEN'S BUSINESS MOVEMENT
AN ALLIANCE A COLLABORATION A WOMEN'S
We will not rest until there is equal position, pay, and power for all business women
LEARN, CONNECT, NETWORK AND COLLABORATE
We bring people together through our events. Our regular monthly events allow our diverse coalition to come together to learn from and inspire each other.
Words Create Worlds: The Woman Creating Storyville Gardens Join Linda Peek Schacht in conversation with DeLisa Guerrier, the founder of Storyville Gardens, a WBC company of purpose next week on Thursday 7/28 at 12 pm. We are so excited to continue to discuss companies of purpose. RSVP HERE!
Join us next Thursday, July 21st at 12:00 pm ET for the next session of our #WBCFasterTogether Series with Johanna Zeilstra, and Gwen Young, COO, of the WBC. We are so excited to talk more about our #CompaniesOfPurpose initiative. Watch the replay here!
BLOGS, NEWS & RESOURCES
The WBC in partnership with Equilar releases a monthly report, newsletter, and publishes the data on a website detailing women’s statuses in the boardroom. This report lists and tracks women who have been named to the boards of public companies monthly along with showing ethnic and industry breakdowns.
Women Chairs had the biggest impact on gender diversity and women in board leadership roles.
The biggest investment you can make in your life is choosing to live your purpose, growing in creativity, and fulfilling the desire of your soul, resulting in abundance in all areas of your life.
Latinas are the Least Represented Group on U.S. Public Company Boards Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA)
Through the delivery of premiere data and research, LCDA eliminates the excuse that board-qualified Latinas cannot be identified.
The ability of corporate boards to govern digital and cyber risk has not increased meaningfully.
WHAT WE DO
We seek to achieve immediate and long-term results around nine essential action initiatives