REPORT PROBES RACIAL, GENDER GAPS IN BIZ ADVOCACY
There is a long way to go to reach gender and racial equity among top leaders at the business advocacy groups with some of the most influential voices on Beacon Hill, according to a new report from the Eos Foundation.
The organization's first "Diversity Snapshot," part of its ongoing Women's Power Gap Study series, found that among the 25 most prominent business advocacy groups, 72 percent of CEOs are men and 82 percent of board chairs are men.
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