The Privacy Industry Remains Unbiased

  Women Serve on Boards highlights how the relatively new privacy industry has so far been immune to the gender bias that permeates many other fields. While sexism continues to be a problem across many related professions — including the lack of women on boards, the sexist courtroom dialog, and Silicon…

Women Can Do Anything: Four Things Women Serve on Boards Learned at the White House’s United State of Women Summit

The air was buzzing with optimism and revolutionary spirit. The amount of talent, intellect, passion, and collective perseverance was positively inspiring and overwhelming in the best way possible. And the physical experience of witnessing 5,000 women in the same room, supporting the advancement and empowerment of women, made us realize…

Dino List

According to the 2020 Women On Boards Gender Diversity Index, in 2015 "20.1 percent of board seats [in Fortune 500 countries] were held by 1,012 women — an average of 2.2 women directors per board." Moreover, the Fortune 501-1000 are adding women directors, albeit at a lower rate. In 2015,…