Apartment Investment and Management Company (Aimco), Viveve Medical and ANGI Homeservices won Corporate Salute awards for having three or more women on their boards within the last year Colorado public companies improved number of women on boards three percentage points since effort began three years ago, but still lag the …Read More »
Watch the livestream of the event that took place on March 1, 2018: What can organizations and their leaders do to establish and promote higher standards of gender ethics and power equity in their workplaces? The Women’s Leadership Foundation is proud to co-sponsor this half-day discussion and encourages you to …Read More »
The Women’s Leadership Foundation (WLF), the 501(c)3 organization that created Board Bound and other programs designed to help place more women on Colorado boards, is assuming stand-alone status. The WLF is grateful for the support it has received from the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce during its start-up stage, and …Read More »
Many search firms can help you find qualified women board candidates to add strategic value to your board. We have researched sources—some who charge a fee and some who do not—who have a good track record of providing qualified women candidates.Read More »
Thanks to Ron Brown for sharing insights with our Corporate Boardbound participants last night. Kudos to Heidrick & Struggles for committing that on an annual basis at least half of its cumulative slate of initial board candidates presented to clients will be diverse. What a game changer!
Wow! Congratulations to Ball Corporation for being named #1 in the nation as Best Employers for Diversity by Forbes. We knew Ball Corporation was a Colorado leader with 3 women on their board. It's good to see the commitment to tapping the talent of all runs throughout the company.