2019 Women’s Forum of NY Breakfast of Corporate Champions
On November 7, 2019, the Women’s Forum of New York once again honored CEOs and companies that exceed the national average of Board seats held by women and are leading the way to parity by 2025. The Breakfast of Corporate Champions biennial event is dedicated to accelerating the advancement of women on corporate boards by saluting those S&P 500 and F1000 companies who exceed the national average of Board seats held by women, with special recognition for those approaching ourLearn More
Russell Dubner – Building Trust: In the Midst of Crisis
“More women are on big company boards, but the numbers are still shockingly low”
“It’s not about women vs. men. It’s about companies achieving a competitive advantage by reflecting their employees, their consumers, their communities and their shareholders and tapping into not 50% of the talent pool, but 100% to build the best boards and the best C-suites,” said Janice Ellig, a past president of the Women’s Forum and CEO of the Ellig Group, an executive search firm. Read the full article by clicking HERE
Chief Digital Officer Summit, NY
Ellig Group is proud to be a sponsor this annual event. Please check the CDO Summit website for updates on this year’s event.Learn More
Women on Boards – Janice Reals Ellig – CEO Ellig Group
Women CEOs Earned More Last Year, But Few Were in Top Job
“Unconscious bias in the workplace is keeping women from getting opportunities that will put them on track to for top roles,” comments Janice Reals Ellig.Read More
Congratulations to Margarita Pineda-Ucero, featured in the Hispanic Executive Magazine!
Ellig Group is proud to sponsor Margarita Pineda-Ucero, recognized by Hispanic Executive Magazine for her exemplary leadership. Margarita has experience shaping businesses into inclusive work environments, advising on transformation and leadership at times of change.
Her path through several countries, a C-suite role in financial services, and corporate board positions has shaped her identity as an executive woman. Her journey, she says, has included “profound determination and dedication to my professional career, as well as continuous support from my family, friends, and people who have believed in me or have taken a chance on me.”
Congratulations to Margarita! Please visit the full article HERE.
The Case for Breaking Into Boardrooms:
A Call for Gender Parity on S&P 500 Boards by 2025.Read More
Corporate Governance – 10 Questions to Guide Boards Through the Pandemic
by Dambisa Moyo Harvard Business Review Some say that corporate boards only have value when companies are in crisis. If that is true, the 2020 global pandemic presents a moment for corporate boards to step up like no other. Management teams and their boards are juggling a wide array of concerns right now, from the health of their workforces to volatile equity markets to shuttered debt markets. Furthermore, many economists and policy makers have slashed GDP forecasts and now portendLearn More