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.
The Collaboration Report, released during our 4th Annual Action for Impact Summit, outlines the progress the WBC has made since March 2022 against the targets and goals set across each of our key Nine Action Initiatives – the areas where we think we can truly accelerate progress and move the needle to equity. Check it …
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