ADVANCING INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP

In celebration of women and in recognition of #InternationalWomensDay, Milwaukee Women inc will ChooseToChallenge leaders throughout our community to advance inclusive leadership on corporate boards.

Milwaukee Women inc is an organization of professional women determined to change the face and quality of leadership in the Wisconsin business community by increasing the number of women corporate directors.

External Engagement

External Engagement

Working with the broader business and civic community to build relationships with key decision-makers

Member Engagement

Member Engagement

Serving the broader membership by providing meaningful connections and involvement

Research

Research

Benchmarking where we are and where we need to go

Resources

Providing resources for companies looking to place women on their boards and for women interested in serving on boards

Our Research

Since 2004, MWi has published an annual research report on the percentage of women serving on the boards of directors of the 50 largest Wisconsin public companies. Our 2020 research report, “Moving the Needle,” shows the percentage of women on the boards of Wisconsin’s top 50 public companies has reached an all-time high. The report ranks the number of women on corporate boards and in executive positions at the WI 50 companies and includes best practices for increasing board diversity.

Read the full report here.

2020 MWi Research Report

Latest News

Fiserv Appoints Wafaa Mamilli to Board of Directors
June 15, 2021

Fiserv, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV), a leading global provider of payments and financial services technology solutions, today announced the appointment of…

How a company’s profit could soon be tied to its diversity initiatives
June 14, 2021

The movement to address the challenges facing us in the field of diversity, equality and inclusion may now begin to…

Surprise: Women and Minorities Are Still Underrepresented in Corporate Boardrooms
June 11, 2021

The latest version of a multiyear analysis of Fortune 100 and 500 companies found that white women made some gains…

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