An annual census conducted by Bentley is referenced in this article focused on diversifying Massachusetts’s corporate boards.
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TOPIC: Women and Business
President Gloria Larson discusses the lack of women among Massachusetts executive boards.
Bentley University President Gloria Larson joined Bloomberg Radio’s Carol Massar and guest experts to discuss the strategies companies are using to make women’s leadership a priority.
Betsy Myers, director of the Center for Women and Business, comments on the importance of women in the sales force.
Associate Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business Sava Berhané identifies how to determine the level of workplace support for women of color by examining company efforts to analyze data on compensation, advancement and employee satisfaction.
Management Professor Susan Adams comments on how millennial and baby boomer women can learn from each other in the workplace.
President Gloria Larson is pictured at the annual fundraiser for Rosie’s Place, a local Boston women's shelter.
Bentley University President Gloria Larson’s innovative ideas on business education and advancing women in the workplace have contributed to her ranking among the most powerful people in Boston.
Associate Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business Sava Berhane discusses how men have a role to play in changing workplace cultures to everyone’s advantage, not just women’s.