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WOMEN ON BOARDS
When Women Lead, Everyone Benefits

41% of CA public companies lack the experience and perspective of at least one woman of color on their board.

33%

Women hold 33% of California’s public company board seats.

1 in 100

Latinas make up 19% of CA’s population, but only 1.5% of its public company directors.

40 yr

At the current pace , it will take 40 years to achieve parity with men in the corporate boardroom.

PLAYBOOKS

BUILD A DIVERSE BOARD

Actionable steps for organizations to harness the power of diversity on their corporate boards.

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NEW: Board Culture Playbook

Use these tools to create a high-performance culture that drives value and strategic clarity.

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Board Diversity Playbook

Use these tools to run an effective search process to add new talent and perspectives to your board.

Two playbooks for visionary companies that are changing the world, created by Stanford VMware Women's Leadership Innovation Lab and the California Partners Project.

RESOURCE HUB

PATH TO THE BOARDROOM

Enhancing the leadership pipeline with resources for corporations and women candidates.

We aim to support boards to diversity and strengthen their membership. Access this curated directory of organizations and resources for women executives interested in corporate board service, and companies looking to add fresh talent to their boards.

CANDIDATES

Resources for women interested in corporate board service.

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COMPANIES

Resources for companies seeking women board candidates.

REPORT SERIES

LEVERAGE KNOWLEDGE

Information is a powerful tool for creating change and generating new ideas.

A groundbreaking report series tracking the implementation of California’s Women on Boards law (SB 826) and spotlighting some of the tremendous female top talent California companies have added to their boards since 2018.

LATEST RELEASE

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INSIGHTS & RESOURCES

The California Partners Project creates awareness and practical tools to improve the lives of Californians and their families.

LATEST:

California Equal Pay Playbook

California Equal Pay Playbook

“ While there is still work to be done to ensure public company boards reflect the gender and ethnic diversity that sets California apart, steady increases in women’s representation means we’re moving in the right direction towards parity. More equitable workplaces translate to a more equitable society.”

California First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Co-founder, California Partners Project

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Join us as we take action on critical issues that are timely, relevant, and make a difference in the lives of all Californians.

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