Items Tagged with 'Women in leadership'

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  • House committee: Big bank leadership is mostly white, mostly male

    Calls for change to improve diversity at nation's largest banks
    A review of the nation’s largest banks reveals that not a single female or minority sits at the helm as CEO. This revelation was made by the House Committee of Financial Services as part of its ongoing effort to “hold big banks accountable” by monitoring diversity and inclusion. According to the committee, big banks have made some progress on their diversity efforts, there is much more to do.
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  • From HW Magazine

    Pole Position: Why are women falling out of the leadership pipeline?

    And what mortgage companies are doing to promote more to women to the C-suite
    In 1970, only 11% of women in the work force had college degrees. In 2016 that number was 40%, and women outearn men in bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees and doctoral degrees. These are serious gains in the number of women attending and graduating college and then entering the work force. But that pipeline of educated, experienced women starts to erode when you look at the number of women assuming leadership roles in business, including mortgage finance.
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  • From HW Magazine

    Women at the forefront

    New initiatives seek to erase mortgage industry's gender imbalance
    Earning the acceptance of male peers is only one of the many obstacles women face in the workplace. Globally, women outnumber men in universities and that disparity is growing, yet the average number of women in management positions remains flat. In short, there are more women than ever entering the workforce. So, why aren’t more making it to the top?
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