Women Serve on Boards’ Newsletter

Stay up to date with all of Women Serve on Boards' progress. We just released another newsletter in November featuring our new video on how to develop your strategic plan for joining a Board. [video width="1280" height="720" mp4="https://www.womenserveonboards.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/We-are-the-Women-Serve-on-Boards-movement.mp4"][/video]

Stars: They’re Just Like Us (But On Boards)

(Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images) This article was written by Olga Mack and Katia Bloom, originally published on Above the Law. Champion athlete and tennis icon Serena Williams recently added a new title to her long list of accomplishments: the newest member of SurveyMonkey’s board. Though, like lawyers, she may not…

Watermark Recognizes Women Serve on Boards

Watermark, the Bay Area's largest membership organization dedicated to increasing the number of women in leadership positions, has recognized Women Serve on Boards in their post, Members on the Move. The post highlights the positive impact that Women Serve on Boards has made including the recent Land O'Lakes and Discovery Communications…

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…
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