The Executive Alliance, a Baltimore-area organization dedicated to advancing women in the workplace, has elected its new president, Mary Jean Herron.Read More »
Maryland’s publicly held companies have made incremental progress in bringing women onto their boards of directors, a new report finds. Executive Alliance’s annual census of the boards of the state’s public companies compared this year’s results to 2008, finding that ...Read More »
Executive Alliance, a statewide not-for-profit that promotes women leaders in Maryland, is accepting applications for the organization’s yearlong mentoring program, Effective Impact. The program provides individual guidance and professional skills to help mid-level professional women achieve their career goals. The ...
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Women have greater societal roadblocks to joining science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields as they face discouragement and cultural challenges, former NASA astronaut Dr. Mae C. Jemison told the annual Women of Excellence Luncheon Wednesday afternoon. Jemison, a medical ...Read More »
The participation of women on boards of directors for Maryland companies grew marginally last year, according to the Executive Alliance’s annual census of boards. Executive Alliance used proxy statements and annual reports filed from July 1, 2015, through June 30, 2016, to ...Read More »
When attendees gather for the first annual Daily Record Women’s Leadership Summit on Tuesday, one of the key topics for discussion will be how to improve Maryland’s below-average rate of including women on company boards. Increasing female board representation won’t ...Read More »
BottomLine Growth Strategies Inc. founder Carol L. Coughlin was recently mentoring a business person who was thinking about joining a nonprofit board of directors. There are plenty of boards to join, she advised. “But if you really want to make ...Read More »