• RaceAhead: Breaking the Multi-Colored Glass Ceiling

    2 monthes ago - By Fortune

    When Indra Nooyi announced she was leaving the top spot at PepsiCo , it triggered a painful and necessary look at the plight of women in executive leadership: There are now only 22 women CEOs in the Fortune 500 index. None are black. And while we continue to celebrate the overdue firsts - the last twelve months have seen the Fortune 500's first openly lesbian CEO , first Latina CEO , and the NBA now has their first black woman CEO - the pipeline of CEO-ready women is thin. Recently, Denise Morrison of Campbell Soup Company; Margo Georgiadis of Mattel; and Irene Rosenfeld of Mondelez have...
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  • Why there are still so few minority women CEOs

    2 monthes ago - By Washington Post

    Indra Nooyi's departure from Pepsi will leave just 24 women running America's 500 largest publicly traded companies - and only a few women with any minority racial or ethnic background
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