Getting women on the board

04/23/2008 | Directorship

Why don't more women make it to the boardroom? One reason, writes Sheli Z. Rosenberg, is that there is still a severe shortage of female CEOs and retired CEOs -- the traditional source for new board members. "Nominating committees must look beyond the usual pool of suspects, and require a diverse slate for every open board position," writes Rosenberg, director of The Women's Issues Network Foundation and who sits on several boards herself.

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