In partnership with the people of California, California Partners Project champions gender equity across the state and ensures our state’s media and technology industries are a force for good in the lives of all children.
Partnership, Equity and Innovation
Our vision is a more equitable California, harnessing the ingenuity of all its people to lead the nation and the world in addressing the challenges of gender equity and the impact of media and technology on child development.
We believe that Californians will thrive economically, socially and individually when women have access to the same leadership roles as men. That the technology and media that drive our economy and shape our future can and should be a force for good. And that industries, institutions and individuals have a moral obligation to consider how their actions impact others, especially children.
We know that we’re better together than alone. Partnership is key to maintaining the bold and innovative leadership that has always defined the Golden state.
“We are living in a time of great change, which can feel chaotic and frightening. California is a state of innovators and bold ideas, of leaders who challenge assumptions and brave new approaches to old – and new – challenges. The California Partners Project is positioned to contribute in concrete ways to making the most of this moment, and this leadership.”
Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Founder, California Partners Project
WOMEN ON BOARDS
Esther Aguilera – President & CEO for Latino Corporate Directors Association
Annalisa Barrett- Senior Advisor with the KPMG Board Leadership Center
Betsy Berkhemer Credaire – CEO of 50/50 Women on Boards
Reveta Bowers – CPP Board; Common Sense Media Board Chair (Retired)
Julie Castro Abrams – CEO and Chair of How Women Lead
John China – CPP Board; President of Silicon Valley Bank Capital
David Chun - CEO & Founder of Equilar
Hannah-Beth Jackson - California State Senator (Retired) and author of SB826
Amanda Packel – Managing Director of the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University
Anne Sheehan – Director of Corporate Governance at CalSTRS (Retired)