I've been concerned that among the F500 the percent of women on boards has decreased since it's 2002 high of over 15%. My hope was that smaller companies might be doing a better job. Not necessarily so...this just in from Georgia:
"That “thump” Georgia’s women executives are feeling may be their heads hitting a glass ceiling.
More than half of the state’s public companies have no women directors, according to a new study by the Board of Directors Network.
Women fill 99 of 1,323 board seats at Georgia’s 161 public corporations, down from 106 seats held last year.
'We seem to have stalled out, 'says Roxanne Douglas, president of the Network and chief counsel at McKesson Corp. The numbers, she says, 'don’t come close' to representing the clout of women in business."