2011 Conference Publications

2011 Conference Video

On Friday, September 9, 2011, SAIS convened a Global Conference on Women in the Boardroom. The following YouTube videos Parts 1 and 2 are the recorded video from the proceedings. The conference agenda (PDF) is available here. Women in the Boardroom 9 September 2011 (Part 1) httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLJzQTjj9NA Women In The Boardroom 9 September ...

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Lord Mervyn Davies interview with Jon Spector of The Conference Board

This video interview between Jonathan Spector, CEO of The Conference Board, and former UK trade minister Lord Mervyn Davies, provides excellent insight into the approach taken by the UK to increase the inclusion of women on UK boards. Watch here: Lord Mervyn Davies interview with Jon Spector of The Conference Board

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2011 Conference: Irene Natividad Presentation

Powerful CWDI Presentation by Irene Natividad showing Women CEOs Opening Doors to Boards and C-Suites: By every measure in the U.S. and around the world, companies with a female CEO have significantly more female board members and significantly more female executives than companies in general.

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Paul Hastings Releases Report on Gender Parity on Corporate Boards

Women are under-represented on corporate boards globally, and governments are starting to take a more concerted approach to addressing that disparity, according to the report, “Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Women in the Boardroom,” from Paul Hastings LLP, a leading global law firm. The report examines the legal and regulatory developments ...

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2011 Conference: Jillian Segal Presentation (Australia)

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2011 Conference: Susan Vinnicombe Presentation (UK)

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2011 Conference: Ilene H. Lang Presentation

Catalyst proves a vivid snapshot of: global board seats held by women; the percentage of female global board chairs; the percentage of female Fortune 500 board committee chairs; and a breakdown of Fortune 500 board members by race and ethnicity as well as gender. Fortune 500 lead directors who ...

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2011 Conference: Lissa Broome Presentation

Professor Lissa Broome, University of North Carolina School of Law, describes her research on the adequacy of the proxy disclosures by companies pursuant to the 2010 SEC rules, and how useful the information provided is for shareholders. Professor Broome also describes qualitative interviews with male and female board members ...

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