Publicly traded companies in the tri-county region have added 18 women board directors this year, though a few companies still need to appoint more women to comply with stepped-up state diversity requirements that go into effect in 2022. A total of 69 women sit on the boards of the 22 companies headquartered in the Tri-Counties Read More →
The Pacific Coast Business Times investigated the gender breakdown of the boards of all 22 companies based in the tri-county region and traded on a major stock exchange. All 22 meet the current requirement for one or more women on the board, but only 11 meet the stricter requirements that will take effect next year.
Every publicly traded company in the tri-county region has at least one woman on its board of directors, but only half of the 22 companies have enough women directors to meet a state law that takes effect at the start of 2022.
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