F500 Agribusiness Companies

Women Serve on Boards' new social media campaign targets the remaining 19 Fortune 500 companies that have zero women on its Board of Directors. Until recently, 4 of those companies were in the of business in agriculture and food sectors. Women Serve on Boards is proud to announce that now the agribusiness…

All [A]Board!

Women Serve on Boards is thrilled to announce the release of All [A]Board: Insights and Inspirations for Your Journey to and in the Boardroom in collaboration with Farella, Braun + Martel LLP. Olga Mack and Carly O'Halloran Alameda share their findings about the richness of board opportunities, the skills lawyers can bring to…

Lessons for Increasing Board and Corporate Diversity

This article was written by Olga Mack and Katia Bloom, originally published on Above the Law. Susan Baker, Vice President and member of the Shareholder Advocacy team at Trillium Asset Management, has a unique approach and strategy to increasing diversity. As a member of Trillium, an independent investment advisor focused exclusively…

F500 Entertainment Company

Women Serve on Boards' new social media campaign targets the remaining 20 Fortune 500 companies that have zero women on its Board of Directors. Caesar's Entertainment is one of those. This company is the largest owner and operator of casinos around the world and  touts diversity and opportunity for all on…

Women Serve on Boards featured by Programme EVE

Women Serve on Boards recently contributed to Programme EVE, an inter-company leadership seminar for women and “enlightened” men, who believe that women leadership contributes to their global performance and their culture.. Founded in 2010 by employees at Danone, this international program is designed to encourage essential discussions among strong and inspiring individuals…

#SoLastCentury

The #SoLastCentury campaign by Women Serve on Boards targets the remaining 20 of the Fortune 500 companies who currently have zero women serving on their board of directors. A 2015 McKinsey and Co. study determined that companies in the top quartile of gender diversity are 15% more likely to financially outperform…