MIDA Institute and Foundation Launches MIDA Women On The Board Initiative
San Francisco & Los Angeles, California
MIDA Institute and Foundation launches MIDA Women On The Board Initiative in response to Bill SB-826 passing.
A division of the MIDA Institute and Foundation (formerly Women In Tech Network & Digital Girlz), a non-profit organization has just launched the MIDA Women On The Board Initiative in line with Senator Jackson’s proposed Bill mandating public companies to have at least one women on their Board. MWOTB was created with the purpose of compiling a list of the utmost qualified and distinguished senior women executives in the nation who are looking to be board members. By having a comprehensive, private and exclusive list of the nation most prominent women executives The MIDA Women On The Board Initiative is making it simpler than ever before for companies to fill their board seats with qualified senior women in California, US and abroad.
MIDA Institute and Foundation is using their 6 plus years of experience working with VCs and startups here in California and across the nation to connect board ready women with board seats. With a goal of having a list of 2,500 women to select from, companies looking to fill board seats can approach MIDA and be connected with the utmost qualified senior women executives that best suit their needs in all 50 states and 30 International Countries. Within the next 3 years, MIDA Women On The Board Initiative plans to place a 100+ women on boards across California, US and abroad. With support from many CEOs of Fortune 500 Companies, MIDA Institute and Foundation: MIDA Women On The Board Initiative is championing for women in leadership everywhere.
“HP has a strong legacy of championing diversity & inclusion in the workplace. We are proud to have one of the most diverse boards of directors of any U.S.-based technology company – consisting of 40% women and 25% underrepresented minorities. For HP, supporting efforts that promote diversity & inclusion for all underrepresented groups is a business imperative.” – HP Inc.
I support (Bill SB 826) as a step toward the day when boards are really reflective of the shareholders, customers, and society at large. It’s a statement in general and a declaration that the existing system is biased against common sense and good governance. And every board needs to wake up to that and start to fix it.” -Bracken Darrell, President & CEO at Logitech
“With #MeToo Movement, Women’s March, Bill SB-826 passing, many women in government in 2018, it is a momentous time for changes women in the workplace (Impact on women in leadership/women on the board). Let’s no longer work in silos. We are stronger TOGETHER at Changing The Ratio!” – Marina Lee, Co-Founder MIDA Women On The Board Initiative at MIDA Institute and Foundation
“No matter how we view quotas, in some cases we need them at least to get started and reinforce the issue until it becomes implicit. There is ample research that shows us companies with more than 3 women on the board are more innovative and productive than their peers.” – Leila Hunziker, Co-Founder MIDA Women On The Board Initiative at MIDA Institute and Foundation
MIDA Institute and Foundation will begin to launch the MIDA Women on the Board Initiative in mid-November. For more information, or to suggest someone for the list, please visit email us at Support@MIDAWomenOnTheBoard.com
About MIDA Institute and Foundation: Women On The Board List Initiative is a division of the MIDA Institute and Foundation (formerly Women In Tech Network & Digital Girlz) – a non-profit organization launching MIDA Women On The Board Initiative in line with Senator Jackson’s proposed Bill mandating public companies to have at least one women on their Board. With 6 plus years of experience working with VCs and directly and indirectly assisted women entrepreneurs with funding in LA Tech $7 Billion Startups Ecosystem and now with 85+ CEOs/VCs and 250+ C Level Executives responding within a few weeks. We are ready to assist utmost qualified and distinguished senior women executive across the nation to connect board ready women with board seats in California, US and abroad.
MIDA Institute and Foundation: MIDA Women On The Board Initiative
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