1. Colorado women make progress on company boards, but state's still below average

    Colorado women make progress on company boards, but state's still below average

    When the president of the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce studied a new report detailing the number of women sitting on the boards of Colorado's Fortune 500 and publicly traded companies, she didn’t know whether to celebrate or feel frustrated. On the one hand, Colorado is making progress when it comes to women sitting on the boards of Fortune 500 and publicly traded companies. In 2011, women held 7 percent of those board seats.

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    1. Colorado has 86 women board seats but needs 52 more to be on par with the national average, which is still low, Board Bound: 3 Women on Every Colorado Board.
    2. The thing that is most concerning is how slow progress is.
    3. If we are going to compete in a global economy, Colorado has to step up and be innovative and make the changes.
    4. Men and women bring different things to the table; when you bring in someone with a diverse background, they might ask things that no others have.
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