A growing body of research shows that having three women on a corporate board represents a “tipping point” in terms of influence, which is reflected in financial performance. The financial community is recognizing the value of women on boards and has recently even come out with investment ideas that are geared to take advantage of this trend. Read more in this article by MSCI, including interesting data around the five-year earnings per share (EPS) by number of women directors.
Information to Help Advocate, Educate & Connect Women in Executive Leadership
Studies show that companies with gender diversity at the Board and C-Suite level outperform those without gender diversity. We look at our 2014 Census as a springboard for thought and action, and would like to encourage Florida companies to consider the findings.
We encourage Florida companies to look to WEL as a resource. Successful companies will prosper from diverse perspectives in formulating their vision and strategy. We look at 2015 as a year in which women leaders can
steer their company’s economic performance toward prosperity.
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ION Welcomes Gender Diversity Advocate Cindy Kushner as New Board Member, Representing Florida Organization Women Executive Leadership
Allied World Assurance Company Holdings, AG (NYSE: AWH) announced today that Susan Chmieleski has been appointed President, Professional Lines for Allied World U.S. In this role she will be responsible for the production and profitability of all departments underwriting directors & officers liability, errors & omissions liability and medical malpractice liability.