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Board Census Shows Minorities and Women remain vastly underrepresented in Board Seats. - Boardroom Diversity at a Standstill in Fortune 500 Companies
Collectively, women and minorities made no real gains in the boardrooms of corporate America between 2004 and 2012, according to Missing Pieces: Women and Minorities on Fortune 500 Boards, 2012 Alliance for Board Diversity Census. Click here for more.


Black Women Executives Research Initiative
Black Women Executive Research Initiative: Findings CEO's and black women executives in the nation’s largest companies seem to have a significant disconnect around how they view the behaviors, experiences, and skill sets of senior black corporate women. This groundbreaking report looks at the impediments and success factors black women face as they strive for the C-suite. To purchase Click here to read more.


Community Impact Initiative


The Executive Leadership Council awarded INROADS the 2011 Community Impact Initiative Grant for $250,000 to support INROADS' College Links Program. More . . .

The Executive Leadership Foundation selected Leadership Education And Development (LEAD), as the recipient of a $500,000 grant, provided through the Foundation’s Community Impact Initiative. LEAD is a nationally recognized leadership development organization.  It offers minority high school students multi-week residential academic, social, and developmental immersion programs at top business and engineering schools during the summer, preparing them for future global business leadership.  Member corporations such as Exxon Mobil, JPMorgan Chase, Deloitte and UBS, among others, sponsor the organization. 
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