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Fearless Girl – SHE is the Future and the Future is NOW!

Janice Reals Ellig discusses where women are NOT!

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Why is There Still Gender Pay Disparity?

Pay inequity between genders in the workplace has an effect on corporate performance. Janice Reals Ellig comments on the importance of communications and direct feedback to employees and its Impact on performance.

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Women Board Candidates: Going Beyond the CEO Title

The solution is quite simple: fill every other board opening with a talented candidate (who just happens to be a woman) and the United States will no longer be #14 in the world, but #1.

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Nasdaq-Listed Companies Moving the Needle on Diversity in the Boardroom

The discussion on gender parity in the boardroom is evolving beyond equality as gender diversity is increasingly correlated with higher profitability—and Wall Street is taking notice.

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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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Real Life Fearless Girl, Janice Ellig, Challenges Corporate America

Well before selfies with Fearless Girl were spreading across the internet, there was Janice Ellig cultivating ideas and building networks. Ellig, a master recruiter for C-Suite executives and board directors, is a living, breathing Fearless Girl.

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Janice Ellig: Making Board Gender Diversity Happen

A growing body of research suggests that women corporate directors are as­sociated with stronger company results, better resilience and increased innova­tion.

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The Path to Parity:

Search Professionals Are Catalysts for Bringing Diversity on Boards

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Nasdaq Talks to Janice Ellig about Moving the Needle on Boardroom Diversity

Successful executives understand that a more critical factor than “who they know” is “who knows them” — and how the network views them as a professional.

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