Here are some resources about women on boards.

Facebook’s S-1 Filing

Mark Zuckerberg’s Letter to Investors

No News is Bad News: Women’s leadership Still Stalled in Corporate America provides a summary of recent research on women and boards by the non-profit research and advocacy group Catalyst.

Where The Women Aren’t: Public Companies With No Women at the Top list the twenty-nine companies in the S&P 500 that have no women on the board or among the five highest-paid executives.

The ‘Terrible Truth’ About Women on Corporate Boards argues that women lead differently—not necessarily better—and as a result, represent “added value.”

In Why Your Next Board Member Should Be A Woman, Aileen Lee, a partner at venture firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, argues that adding women to boards is good for business


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