What will it take: Equality in leadership by 2030
While gender equality is improving in higher education institutions, professions and industry, globally women are still in the minority amongst CEOs, board and executive members of major companies, professors and political leaders. The Transforming Women’s Leadership Pathways program exists to deliver recommendations, resources and advocacy, to transform the pathways to leadership for all genders, to ensure the profile of executive leadership across 10 major sectors is inclusive and sustainable, to see the leadership gender gap close by 2030.
The Transforming Women’s Leadership Pathways program is an initiative of the PLuS Alliance (Arizona State University, King’s College London and UNSW Sydney) and is a foundational event in our joint work towards gender equity in leadership. This program brings together and builds on the inspiring work that has come before it.
As an alliance of universities with a commitment to gender equity and equality, we recognise the strength of combining our research institutions to contribute to this challenge with evidence-based solutions.
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