Press Mentions

  • Diversity Recruiting: Supply, Demand and the Matchmaking Process

    Hunt Scanlon Media June 27, 2018

    Yet despite the research, validation and prodding by institutional investors and state and city government as well as all types of social and non-profit organizations, a revealing 1,805 companies out of 3,192 (companies from the Fortune 1000 and Russell 3000) in a gender diversity index created by 2020 Women on Boards have zero or just one women on their boards. The case is similar for African Americans, Hispanics and Asians as well.

  • Robotics Barbie Joins Corporate Chorus Calling for Diversity

    Bloomberg June 27, 2018

    The Thirty Percent Coalition, 3% Movement, and 2020 Women on Boards ask signees for a commitment to specific levels of female representation. Others focus singly on LGBT rights, or ethnicity, veterans or the disabled or in a specific field such as the Tech Inclusion Pledge.

  • FB Financial recognized for board diversity

    Elk Valley Times June 22, 2018

    “I’m proud that we are among the companies that recognize the importance of having a diverse board of directors and I hope the 2020 Women on Boards organization continues to have success in getting even more companies involved.”

  • How Women Lead Joins With Top Bay Area Companies To Tackle Unconscious Bias

    PRWeb June 19, 2018

    How Women Lead trains, connects, and promotes diverse women leaders to be industry catalysts by building community and authentic connections. Founded in 2011, the organization brings together women from corporate, philanthropy, public, and nonprofit backgrounds to strengthen their leadership tool boxes and networks to effect greater impact in their respective fields. Now at over 8,000 leaders, the organization has expanded the breadth and depth of its impact nationally. Its philanthropic arm, How Women Give, provides grants and invaluable connections to women’s and girls’ organizations on the frontlines of today’s most critical issues. In 2017, it became managing partner for the national 2020 Women on Boards effort to increase the percentage of women on U.S. company boards.

  • CTC Named Winning Company for Female Board Members

    Executive Biz May 26, 2018

    Concurrent Technologies Corp. has been named the Winning Company for three consecutive years by the 2020 Women on Board nonprofit organization in an effort to recognize CTC’s efforts to advance diversity on its board of directors.

  • Navient reelects board at annual shareholder meeting

    Nasdaq May 24, 2018

    Today, five of the nine directors are women, representing 55 percent of the company's board. The company has attracted nationwide recognition for gender parity on its board from 2020 Women on Boards, the Women's Forum of New York, The Forum of Executive Women and the New York Stock Exchange Governance Services.

  • CTC Gets Award for Board of Directors Diversity

    GovCon Wire May 23, 2018

    Concurrent Technologies Corp. has won an award for the third year from a nonprofit organization that seeks to promote diversity on boards of directors, ExecutiveBiz reported May 16.
    The company said May 15 it was named a “2017 Winning Company” by the 2020 Women on Boards organization as part of a campaign to increase the number of women board members to at least 20 percent by 2020.

  • Women On Boards: Why The Conversation Matters

    Forbes May 21, 2018

    Research shows this to be true: A recent analysis from 2020 Women on Boards found 55% of companies that fell off the Fortune 1000 index had one or zero women on their boards. An analysis from Harvard's School of Public Health ranked Fortune 500 companies by number of women directors present on their boards and found those in the highest quartile had a 42% greater return on sales.

  • “2020 Women on Boards” Recognizes Concurrent Technologies Corporation as a Winning Company

    West May 15, 2018

    The national “2020 Women on Boards” campaign has recognized Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) as a 2017 Winning Company. The 2020 Women on Boards organization is a nonprofit 10-year campaign focused on increasing the number of women who serve on corporate boards to at least 20 percent by the year 2020. 

  • State Street’s Corporate Responsibility Report Highlights Goals for Improving Workforce Diversity and Reducing Environmental Impact

    Business Wire May 14, 2018

    For the fourth year in a row, State Street also received 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index, which benchmarks corporate policies and practices pertinent to LGBT+ employees. In addition, State Street was recognized for the representation of women on its board, receiving “W” company certification from US national campaign group, ‘2020 Women on Boards’. Within the UK, it was also recognized by national newspaper, The Times as a ‘Top 50 Employer for Women’ for the fifth year in a row.

  • Important Factors to Analyse A Good Investment

    AlphaBetaStock May 9, 2018

    Navient (NAVI), a leading asset management and business processing services company, recently declared it has received the “W” Company award from the 2020 Women on Boards organization. The award recognizes companies that champion board diversity by having 20 percent or more of their board seats held by women. Navient surpasses gender parity with more than 50 percent women on its board.
    Presently, six of Navient’s 11 directors are women. According to the 2020 Women on Boards Gender Diversity Directory, Navient’s board has the highest percentage of women of any financial services company.

  • Navient recognized for gender diversity on its board

    West May 8, 2018

    Navient (Nasdaq:NAVI), a leading asset management and business processing services company, today announced it has received the “W” Company award from the 2020 Women on Boards organization. The award recognizes companies that champion board diversity by having 20 percent or more of their board seats held by women. Navient surpasses gender parity with more than 50 percent women on its board.