In the Margins

Mass gov talks boardroom gender parity

December 8, 2015

By The Boston Globe

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said in a recent speech that male executives should expand their circles of friends to get more women into boardrooms. However, according to Malli Gero, co-founder of the Boston-based 2020 Women on Boards campaign, Baker failed to show enough support for a non-binding resolution recommending that corporate boards with at least nine members have a minimum of three women on them. Baker is a former independent director for Natixis Funds and Loomis Sayles Funds. Read the original story from The Boston Globe

 

 

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