Accelerate gender equality by intentionally upskilling women of color in your organization
Asian American women fall off by 80% at corporate leadership levels
Women of color are significantly underrepresented in corporate leadership roles and face systemic obstacles in the nonprofit sector where, even with advanced education and experience, they are less likely to hold leadership positions than white men, white women, or men of color.
Despite modest gains in representation over the last eight years, women—and especially women of color—are still dramatically underrepresented in corporate America. And this is especially true in senior leadership: only one in four C-suite leaders is a woman, and only one in 20 is a woman of color
Black women are worn out from discrimination in corporate America. They’re leaving to launch their own businesses, creating a hole for talent across industries.
Hispanic individuals accounted for only 4 percent of large U.S. companies’ most senior executives in 2021…that’s essentially flat with the 5 percent reported in 2020 and 2019…Hispanic workers also face particular challenges.
Women of color are leaving the workforce and vanishing from unemployment statistics
94% of employees say that they would stay at a company longer if they invested in assisting in their learning and development.
How We Work With You
Discuss your leadership engagement, DEI and gender diversity goals during an introductory meeting.
Receive ongoing insight into the program’s impact, with additional opportunities to tailor your employee’s experience and focus on your organizational goals