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“We won’t truly see equality until the distribution of income within a company is 50% men and 50% women,”  said Wallace. She was paraphrasing a comment made earlier in the day by Joelle Tanguy, director of the strategic partnership division at UN Women. “It’s about the wage gap, but leadership and authority also need to be equally distributed among the sexes.” Read the entire Forbes...
“…The tone of much public discourse on the issue of women’s representation on boards has been pessimistic of late, and understandably so, given the crawl toward gender parity in the United States. Women currently hold 19 percent of board positions there, while in European countries such as France, Norway, and Sweden, where legislative or voluntary targets are in place, they hold more than 30 percent…”...