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Judge ruling that California’s law requiring women on corporate boards is unconstitutional

Posted: June 15, 2022 at 4:50 pm / by / comments (0)

Jennifer Reynolds, the CEO of the Women Corporate Directors Foundation, a global network of 2500 female corporate directors serving on over 8500 corporate boards worldwide joins Enterprise Radio.

Listento hostEric Dye& guest Jennifer Reynolds discuss the following:

  1. Tell us about your background and what is Women Corporate Directors?
  2. What is your position on the California landmark law on the ruling that California’s requirement that corporate boards appoint one woman is unconstitutional?
  3. How and why do Corporations need to address gender disparity in boardrooms?
  4. What does the ruling have on the impact on corporations and what it means to the future of the boardrooms?
  5. In your opinion are we going backwards as a nation for the future of Women’s rights?
  6. What is the secret to getting more women on Corporate Boards?
  7. How do you at Women Corporate Directors help to ensure diversity efforts or the fairness in corporations?

Jennifer Reynoldsis the CEO of Women Corporate Directors (WCD), a global network of 2500 female corporate directors serving on over 8500 corporate boards worldwide. Her25-year career in the financial services industry has included senior roles in investment banking, venture capital, and global risk management – including most recently serving as President & CEO of Toronto Finance International (TFI) and President & CEO of Women in Capital Markets (WCM). Jennifer holds corporate director roles in the banking, insurance and asset management sectors. Jennifer is the Co-Chair of the UN convened Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S) network and also serves on the Advisory Council for the Institute of Sustainable Finance. In 2015 and 2017, she was named a Women’s Executive Network (WXN) Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winner.


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