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SB826 Law in California Requires Public Companies to Have a Minimum of Three Women Corporate Directors
SB826 law in California, signed by Governor Brown in September of 2018, requires public companies to have a minimum of three women corporate directors. Betsy originated the law and NAWBO-California led the seven-year campaign to get the law passed. As a result, 200...
Heard on American Airlines and also on US Airways.
From The New York Times: Focused Effort to Narrow the Gender Gap on Corporate Boards A program at George Washington University School of Business is helping women be considered for board seats and training them to step into those posts. Read the Full Article...
ENROLLED SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 PASSED IN SENATE AUGUST 26, 2013 PASSED IN ASSEMBLY SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 Click Here to read the California Legislation Bill Text
A number of very successful women corporate directors interviewed for The Board Game: How Smart Women become Corporate Directors, got MBAs from Harvard several years ago. I'm sure they faced the same or worse attitudes as pioneers in those hollowed halls. But by the...
STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — Are you a woman looking to make it to the top? Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire, author of “The Board Game–How Smart Women Become Corporate Directors” visited the KCAL9 studios to talk about her book. Read the full article here.
Click here to watch an interview with Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire, the author of The Board Game book, on Bloomberg TV.
Renee Fraser interviews Betsy Berkhemer and guest Julie Hill, member of WellPoint board of directors, about Betsy’s new book “The Board Game–How Smart Women Become Corporate Directors.” Click here to listen to the interview.
The corporate board is still very much a men’s club, according to Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire, author of The Board Game: How Smart Women Become Corporate Directors (Angel City Press, $25). Read more at smallbizdaily.com >
Watch the CNBC News interview of Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire and Betsy Atkins as they debate a the new California law (SB 826) that requires companies to have women on their boards. Click here.