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    1. TIAA’s CEO Roger Ferguson: It’s Time to Speed Up the Progress of Women on Boards

      TIAA’s CEO Roger Ferguson: It’s Time to Speed Up the Progress of Women on Boards

      TIAA’s CEO Roger Ferguson: It’s Time to Speed Up the Progress of Women on Boards "Improving diversity and inclusion — on boards and across the corporate workforce as well — is not just a “roles” but a business imperative," writes Roger W. Ferguson, Jr., President and CEO at TIAA...

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    2. Why Should My Company Care If Our Board Is Diverse?

      Why Should My Company Care If Our Board Is Diverse?

      Most companies have a great deal of difficulty getting gender and racial/ethnic diversity on their boards, even though the talent pipeline from those groups is growing. While 60.4 percent of master’s degrees went to women two years ago, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, and more than 15 percent went to Blacks and Latinos, the Fortune 500 is very low in board diversity.

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