The Corporate Board: Women Making an Impact
From Alumni Education
Janet Morrison Clarke '75, President, Clarke Littlefield and Director, Cox Enterprises, Inc., Asbury Automotive Group, Mimeo.com, and Education Dynamics; Gwen L. Feder '78, Director, The PeterSan Group; and Meg Whitman '77, Strategic Advisor, Kleiner Perkins Caulfield and Byers, former President & CEO of eBay, former California Gubernatorial Candidate and Director of Procter & Gamble, Hewlett Packard and Zipcar. Moderated by Margaret M. Cannella '73, Adjunct Professor of Finance at Columbia Business School, Director of Advanced Foods and CHF Finance International, and Trustee of Schroder Funds and Wilshire Associates. Panel sheds light on women's roles as board members and directors of Fortune 500 companies, the inner-workings of how boards operate, and the role of mentorship, research, and pipelines on female board membership. Panelists share perspectives on their involvement in private, public, profit, and not-for-profit boards and committees. Presented on the occasion of the She Roars conference.