A View from Women of Color on Corporate Boards

A View from Women of Color on Corporate Boards

Corporate boards are becoming more and more diverse, but still, they rarely reflect the gender, racial, and ethnic diversity of the United States workforce. While women have seen progress, studies continue to show that it is often the case that women of color are left behind and have unique challenges and experiences. During this webinar, our distinguished panelists discussed their own board journeys, their unique experiences, and how other women of color can position themselves as qualified board candidates.

Featured Panelists:

JoAnne A. Epps, Senior Advisor to the President and Professor of Law, Temple University; Director, Gaming and Leisure Properties, Inc. and PREIT

Marie Oh Huber, Senior Vice President, Chief Legal Officer, General Counsel, and Secretary, eBay Inc.; Director, Portland

Mary Smith, Vice Chair, VENG Group; Director, PTC Therapeutics, Inc.

(moderator) Lily Yan Hughes, Assistant Dean of Career Services, Syracuse University College of Law; Director, DirectWomen

Registration: Click here to listen to the on-demand recording.