REPORTS

Featured Report

November 22, 2022
Using the data provided by our partner Equilar, the pace for women joining boards in Q3 2022, from July 1 – Sept. 30, 2022 has stalled or remained flat and is the lowest quarter-over-quarter progress since the first six months of 2020. The halt may be a sign of political polarization and economic unrest. Still whatever the reason, the lack of progress for women on boards may contribute to why women are leaving the workforce and the pipeline of women.
5050wob 2022 Q3 Infographic

Special reports

Our 50/50WOB Special Reports, When Women Lead, and Gender Diversity of the Top 25 IPOs reveal the driving influences that propel or hinder qualified women from serving in leadership roles and as corporate board directors.

This research was a collaborative project between 50/50 Women on Boards, the Research Center for Women in Senior Management (CIMAD) of IPADE Business School and BIVA (Institutional Stock Exchange).
An Annual Review of Women’s Status on the Top 25 IPO Company Boards, Ranked by Market Cap.
Using the data provided by our partner Equilar, as of March 31, 2022, women hold 27.3% of the Russell 3000 company board seats. The year-over-year increase from 2021 to 2022 is 2.9%, with the most significant increase of 3% women on boards from 2020 to 2021.
Using the data provided by our partner Equilar, as of December 31, 2021, women hold 26.7% of the Russell 3000 company board seats. The report reveals Russell 3000 board diversity statistics by gender, company, race & ethnicity, state, and sector, including action items to help achieve gender balance and diversity on boards.

50/50 Women on Boards Gender Diversity Index™ Reports

Our 50/50 Women on Boards Gender Diversity Index™ reports compare the percentage of company board seats held by women on the Russell 3000 Index. Reports dated before 2018 compare the gender composition of company boards on the Fortune 1000.