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Putting Women in Charge

The Columbia Star Last month I read an article titled, “The Future Is Young and Female.” Soon after, I saw a photo of Finland’s new prime minister, Sanna Marin, who is 34 years old. She was surrounded by the party leaders of her country’s coalition government. All are women, and four of the five are …

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California Companies Are Rushing to Find Female Board Members

The New York Times In the early 1990s, Bill Entringer, then chief executive of Selective Insurance, decided he wanted Joan Lamm-Tennant — a tenured professor at Villanova University with a Ph.D. in finance — to join his board. Lamm-Tennant had never served on a board before and certainly didn’t have the letters C.E.O. on her …

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Finland anoints Sanna Marin, 34, as world’s youngest serving prime minister

The Guardian Finland will have the world’s youngest serving prime minister later this week when Social Democrat Sanna Marin, 34, is sworn in at the head of a coalition whose four other parties are all led by women, three of them in their thirties. Marin, currently the transport minister, will take over from Antti Rinne, …

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The real reason we’re not seeing more progress on diversity at work

Fast Company From reports of bias at Google to ongoing accusations of discrimination at Uber, it seems like we can’t go more than a few weeks without diversity in tech—or a glaring lack thereof—making headlines. Of course, tech isn’t the only culprit. Despite all our talk of equal pay and confronting unconscious bias, industries from …

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