Increase the pace of gender diversity in the boardroom
Founded in 2011, the Thirty Percent Coalition is a unique and groundbreaking national organization of more than 80 members committed to the goal of women, including women of color, holding 30% of board seats across public companies. The Coalition membership includes public and private companies, private equity, institutional investors, professional service firms, national women's and non-profit organizations, and government officials for the first time working together to drive the pace of change.
The Coalition's work is on the demand side of board diversity – influencing corporations to strengthen their efforts to increase the number of women on their boards.Significant milestones have been
There is no other organization of this kind in the United States.
Opening the boardroom door to more women:
Employing demand side strategies that fit in the U.S.
In order to accelerate the glacial rate of progress in diversifying corporate boards, it is essential to forge a public-private collaboration that addresses the demand side of the board nomination process. [Continue reading]
Investing for Positive Impact on Women: Integrating Gender into Total Portfolio Activation
NOVEMBER 2, 2015 // BOSTON, MA: A group of investors has released a new white paper, Investing for Positive Impact on Women: Integrating Gender into Total Portfolio Activation. The paper was prepared by with the guidance and close collaboration of Global Fund for Women, Root Capital, The Thirty Percent Coalition and Trillium Asset Management. [Continue reading]