Central Ohio Leadership Census
2013 ION Annual Status Report Executive Summary
2013 Central Ohio Leadership Census
2012 ION Report: Follow the Leaders: It CAN Happen Here
2012 marks the first year that the Central Ohio Leadership Census partnership has submitted Ohio data for ION's annual report on women in corporate leadership in the US. The Ninth Annual Status Rport of Women Directors and Executive Officers of Public Companies in 16 Regions of the United States will be released on December 11, 2012 - check back for links to the report and Ohio's information.
The ION report is being released in conjunction with Catalyst's 2012 F500 Census update on women directors and executive officers in the Fortune 500.
The Institute on Women compiled the information for the Fortune 1000 companies in Ohio that were included in the ION report (includes the public companies only).
Companies with boards comprised of at least 30% Female Directors:
Note: Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. was also at 30% when the information for the report was gathered, but added an additional director in December 2012, dropping to their percentage to 27.3% (3 of 11).
Special thanks to 2012 summer intern Allison Yee for her contribution to this research initiative (see Aly's blog on her overall findings).
- COLC 2012 Scorecard [PDF]
- Women in Leadership in Private Companies [September 2011]
- 2011 Central Ohio Leadership Census Report [May 2011]
- Reference Links and Note of Thanks
Reference Links [Report PDF]
- Adler, R. (2009). Miller-McCune Research Essay: Profit, Thy Name Is … Woman?
- Brown, D. A. H., Brown, D. L., & Anastasopoulos, V. (2002). Women on Boards: Not Just the Right Thing . . . But the “Bright” Thing. The Conference Board of Canada.
- Catalyst. (2007). The Bottom Line: Corporate Performance and Women's Representation on Boards.
- Catalyst. (2011). The Bottom Line: Corporate Performance and Women's Representation on Boards.
- Catalyst. (2010). Catalyst Census: Fortune 500 Women Board Directors.
- Economist, The. (2006). Women and the Economy: A Guide to Womenomics. Vol. 378, Issue 8473, pg. 73-74.
- Ernst & Young. (2009). Groundbreakers: Using the Strength of Women to Rebuild the World Economy
- Inter Organizational Network. (2011). The 7th Annual Status Report of Women Directors and Executive Officers of Public Companies in Fourteen Regions of the United States
- Lopez-Claros, A. & Zahidi, S. (2005). Women’s Empowerment: Measuring the Global Gender Gap. World Economic Forum.
- McKinsey & Co. (2007). Women Matter: Gender Diversity, a Corporate Performance Driver.
Additional Resources (most recent first)
- Warren Partners, 08/2013, Mind the Gender Gap: Are Boards Rising to the Diversity Challenge?
- Thomson Reuters, 07/10/2013, Mining the Metrics of Board Diversity (Global: 4100 companies, performance from 2008-2012)
- Grant Thornton, 03/08/2013, International Business Report Country Rankings for women in senior leadership roles
- Forbes, 01/07/2013, Women on Corporate Boards Bring More Aggressive Action (Bryce Covert)
- New York Times, 09/03/2012, European Proposal Presses for Women to Join Boards
- Dow Jones. (2012). Women Executives Make Venture-Backed Companies More Successful
- Credit Suisse Research Institute. (2012). Gender Diversity and Corporate Performance.
- Committee for Economic Development. (2012). Fulfilling the Promise: How More Women on Corporate Boards Would Make America and American Companies More Competitive.
- Strydom, Maria and Au Yong, Hue Hwa, The Token Women (August 7, 2012). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2136737
- McKinsey & Co., (2012). Unlocking the full potential of women at work. (Updated)
- Chu, Johan S. G., (2012). Who Killed the Inner Circle? The End of the Era of the Corporate Interlock Network (Earlier version from conference proceedings)
- CTPartners, 2012. Women on Boards: Review and Outlook (includes analysis of F1000 boards and 1000 midcap companies). Article re: report - Harvard Law School Forum, Women on Boards: Review and Outlook, 2012
- GovernanceMetrics International (2012). Women on Boards 2012 Report.
- Malone, T. & Woolley, A. (2011-06). Defend your research: What makes a team smarter? More women. Harvard Business Review.
- Green, J. (2011-06-11). Women Lose Out on U.S. Boards as Europeans Get Quota Help. Bloomberg Blog Post.
- Wall Street Journal. (2011). Women in the Economy, conference and related articles
- Bloxham, E. (2011). Gender Diversity on US Boards Coming Anytime Soon? Forbes Blog Post
- Harvard Kennedy School, Women and Public Policy Program, Closing the Gender Gap Initiative, Business Case Conference, October 2010, Agenda and presentations
- WomenCorporateDirectors, Call to Action
- 2020 Women on Boards (Website) and (Directory of Companies with boards with 20% or more female members)
- Klein, P. (6/27/2011). When Will Women Become Equal on Boards? Forbes Blog Post
- GovernanceMetrics International. (2011). 2011 Women on Boards Report.
- The Financial Professionals' Post. (2011). The Value of Women on Boards-What Statistics and Common Sense Tell Us.
- International Finance Corporation. (2010). Embedding Gender in Sustainability Reporting.
- Enterprise Surveys: Benchmarking Women's Participation in Business Ownership and the Labor Force (Webtool)
- GMIRatings. (2012). Variation in Female Board Representation within the United States.
- Perlberg, Heather. Bloomberg. (2012). Stocks Perform Better if Women are on Company Boards
- Alliance for Board Diversity: http://theabd.org/
- Catalyst: http://catalyst.org
- SAIS Center for Transalantic Relations Boardroom Diversity project @ John Hopkins University: http://www.boardroomdiversity.org/
Reports like the Leadership Census don't happen without a great deal of support. Special thanks to the following individuals who assisted with the Institute's portion of the work.
- Rae Reed, Intern, Otterbein University
- Cari Kristoff, VISTA Associate, Hard Hatted Women and The Institute on Women
- Olivia Morris, VISTA Associate, Hard Hatted Women and The Institute on Women
- Cate Weber, VISTA Associate, Hard Hatted Women and The Institute on Women
- Merideth Lively, VISTA Associate, Hard Hatted Women and The Institute on Women