1. Women, Minorities Have Few Seats in Mass. Boardrooms

    Women, Minorities Have Few Seats in Mass. Boardrooms

    In Massachusetts, gender diversity on corporate boards has received more attention than racial diversity, thanks in part to the work of the Boston Club, a prominent women’s leadership group that tallies the number of women on boards every year...

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    1. Obviously, a woman's health company ought to have a woman on the board.
    2. That is very concerning, and there is no excuse for it.
    3. The numbers are showing some modest level of progress, but they are still very disappointing to say the least.
    4. The statistics for Massachusetts are abysmally low.
    5. It's just a matter of those companies being curious enough to look outside their common and frequent networks.
    6. Our board has been fairly stable in recent years.
    7. We do not gather information on our board members' ethnicity because our board members are selected based upon their capabilities.
    8. We just feel it is important to make sure we have the type of diversity that reflects our user base.
    9. It does take a little bit of extra time to find the person to meet all the qualifications.
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