WHAT WE DO
Supporting women's representation on boards
Ensuring California companies benefit from our state’s breadth of talent by tracking and shining a light on women added to public company boards.
Media, tech and adolescent mental health in a time of crisis
Working to understand what impact COVID-19 isolation, social disruption and increased screen time has on mental health, and supporting parents and adolescents in the current moment.
WHY IT MATTERS
WOMEN ON BOARDS
Companies with three or more female directors reported earnings that were 45% higher per share than companies with no female directors
1 in 100
Latinas make up 19% of CA’s population, but only 1% of its public company directors
MEDIA, TECH & KIDS
Nearly every child under 8 in America (98%) has access to a mobile device at home, a rapid rise from just over half in 2011
1 in 6
Nearly 20% of teens have experienced at least one form of abusive behavior online
WHO WE ARE
In 2020, First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom helped launch the California Partners Project (CPP) as an independent 501(c)(4) not-for-profit organization to fully realize her commitment to educating and connecting individuals and groups for collective progress.
Through 2021, CPP is focused on two specific goals concerning gender equity and child wellbeing: successfully increasing women’s representation on the boards of public corporations headquartered in California, and research and education around children’s mental health as impacted by the fallout of a global pandemic, and increased use of media and technology.