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We need a new breed of leaders – Janice Reals Ellig – CEO Ellig Group

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David Mathison – Digital, Data, and Cybersecurity Experts as Board Directors

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Janice Reals Ellig at the Breakfast of Corporate Champions November 14, 2017

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Startling Results Of A Recent Gender Parity Survey

A recent survey of more than 500 U.S. business executives commissioned by the Women’s Forum of New York has shed new light on the issue – a disproportionate number of women executives recognize the “problem of gender parity” versus men executives who don’t believe there is a problem.

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“The ERA – The Time is Now!” Celebrating Women’s History Month

“Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.” Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906), an early women’s rights advocate, as a young girl asked her teacher why he taught long division only to the boys. He replied, “A girl need only know how to read the bible and count her egg money, nothing more.” Luckily, Susan B. Anthony did not give up on her education and fighting for the rights of women. Earlier – in 1776 as the

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Nicole Sandford Joins Ellig Group to Lead Global Board Advisory Services

Firm proudly announces expansion into corporate governance services around succession planning and board effectiveness and training. Ellig Group, a leader in recruiting and onboarding executive talent, has tapped corporate governance veteran Nicole Sandford to lead its newly expanded Global Board Advisory Services Practice. Joining the firm this week as EVP, Global Board Advisory Services Leader, Sandford, a retired Partner in Deloitte’s Board Advisory Services practice, brings 25 years of deep experience working in the governance space at Deloitte, where she helped develop the

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Reimagining Corporate Boardroom Searches to Support Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Goals

Recent events have laid bare America’s past failures in supporting equality in our diverse culture. Perhaps nowhere has change been more anticipated than in corporate boardrooms.

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Why Is Progress So Slow?