Women in Leadership Report
Women in Leadership 2018
Giving women executives a voice
A status report on women leaders in corporate boardrooms and executive offices.
“If the goal isn’t coming from the top, it doesn’t happen.”
—Margaret A. McCausland, President, The Forum of Executive Women
“Having diversity at the top, whether in government or business, is extremely important, but to get there, there needs to be diversity at the recruiting level and at the junior level.”
—Rebecca Rhynhart, Philadelphia City Controller
“The women who are leading have created a culture change. Our industry has been slow to change…but if we are going to grow and succeed we need to be more competitive.”
—Michael J. Renna, CEO, South Jersey Industries
“Encourage people to take chances,” whether a new assignment or a job in another location. “If it’s a reasonable opportunity, you shouldn’t turn it down.”
—Steven H. Collis, CEO, AmerisourceBergen
“We have to do our homework. We have to be fierce about looking for people.”
—Gerri A. Henwood, President and CEO, Recro Pharma
Women on Boards 2018
A status report on women leaders in Boardrooms and Executive Suites.
Women on Boards 2017
A status report on women leaders in Boardrooms, Executive Suites and Elected Offices.
Women on Boards 2016
Forces pushing for progress in the boardroom and C-suite
Women on Boards 2015
Making change happen: What’s it going to take?
Women on Boards 2014
Voices at the table: A status report on women leaders of Philadelphia-area corporations, universities and healthcare systems
Women on Boards 2013
The power of sponsorship: A call to action
Women on Boards 2012
The Future is Now: Leading in the 21st Century
Women on Boards 2011
Changing the Face of Leadership: By Chance or By Choice?
Women on Boards 2010
Women on Boards 2009
Opportunity & Change
Women on Boards 2008
Not business as usual
Women on Boards 2007
The Time Has Come