Membership on corporate boards is changing, but is it enough?

Through the decades, corporate boards have been mostly white and mostly male. That started changing in the early 1970s. Fueled by the historic gains of the Civil Rights Movement, a variety of social groups pressured corporations to build diversity programs into their management structures. Over the years, a dramatic change has occurred. My research on

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