Board diversity in the US is on the rise, but still has a way to go

Statistics show that US companies are beginning to create a more diverse boardroom. But while boardroom diversity is increasing, Deb DeHaas believes it’s far from a level playing field.

APPG report calls for the empowerment of female entrepreneurs

The Women and Enterprise All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) launches its first report on the future of female entrepreneurs.

Slow progress on gender diversity in tech – but reasons for optimism

Gender diversity? In this article, Natalie Whittlesey, Director of global recruiter, Harvey Nash, shares her insight on how to have a successful career in tech, while touching on traditional blockers that affect women’s progression.

Investors leverage proxy voting to demand diversity on corporate boards

Recent survey finds responsible investors are more likely to vote for boards that are inclusive of gender, race, and ethnicity.

Unlocking the significant power of female investors

Roxana-Mohammadian Molina Chief Strategy Officer of BLEND Network calls for action to address the lack of female investors.

Women in the car industry celebrate their rising stars

Women in the car industry were celebrated as rising stars at the fourth annual Autocar, Great British Women event on 19 June.

CISO: Why the role is no longer about working in ‘black’ and ‘white’

In the first of two features, we explore why working in ‘black and white’ is no longer an option for Jadee Hanson, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and VP of Information Systems, at leading data loss protection company Code42.

Women C-Suite ranks nudge up—a tad

More women are holding the nation’s most important corporate roles, just not that many more.

Women in leadership: time to remove the roadblocks

In this guest article, Rosalie Harrison, a partner at executive recruitment firm Borderless, explains why she now has a ‘women in leadership training’ trash bin. It’s time to ditch the baggage.

Enabling more women to thrive in leadership positions in business

Roxana Mohammadian-Molina discusses what could be done to level the playing field and enable more women to thrive in leadership positions.