We Must Create Equal Opportunities for Both Men and Women
The World Economic Forum 2016 held in Davos and committing to improving the state of the world — may not reflect the real world, but it does reflect the upper echelons of corporate life where one asks: where are the women?
Of the 2,500 participants at this year’s conclave of chief executives, central bankers and billionaire investors, only 18 percent were women, a touch above the 17 percent global average for female representation on corporate boards.
We must create equal opportunities for both men and women. As one spokesperson said, “Until we have women CEOs, how are you going to move the needle?”
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Note: We are happy and proud to report that our WEGG Board member, Kati Suominen, is attending the World Economic Forum 2016 Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. She is also presenting at our next WEGG Wednesday webinar, 2/3. Register here (no charge). Hope you can join us.