Fortune 500: The 12 Companies With Zero Women on Their Boards
By Claire Zillman 6:30 AM EDT By the time Jennifer Tejada and Jennifer Hyman joined the board of Estée Lauder in April, both were accustomed to being deluged with opportunities to claim a seat at the boardroom table. “Quite a few companies have approached me,” says Hyman, CEO of wardrobe-rental startup Rent the Runway. Tejada, CEO of cloud-computing company PagerDuty, recalls fielding inbound inquiries multiple times a month. “Sometimes multiple times a week,” she says.