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Boardroom Gap: Diverse candidate pools lead to diverse companies

When Barry Maloney became the Worcester State University president in 2011, he made a point of converting the school's board of trustees and executive team to closely match the makeup of the majority-female student body.
Maloney's initiative has worked.
Five of Worcester State's top nine administrators in Maloney's cabinet are women, and Maloney has appointed all but one of them. Eight members of the school's 11- ...

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