Women Remain Behind in the Workplace
In a 2017 review of women in the workplace, LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company found women are overwhelmingly underrepresented at every level and women face obstacles on the path to senior leadership.
Despite Educational Advancements, Men Out Earn Women
The Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University in 2018 study found that women, despite graduating at higher rates, are still making less than men.
Women Excel When They Have a Sponsor
According to a study by Catalyst, "women start out behind and often remain behind men, even with mentoring," and it is sponsorship that gives women the opportunity to advance more often.
Diverse Leadership Teams are Good for the Bottom Line
A McKinsey study from 2018 looks at the positive link between diversity and company performance, offering a strong business case for diversity in leadership levels.
Strong Female Leadership Provides Financial Returns
A Credit Suisse report finds that companies with more women in decision-making roles continue to generate higher market returns and superior profits.