Why are there so few women in the football boardroom?
A new law in California requires women to be on boards. It's the right structural change that's much needed in business.
More women are making it to the boardroom but are often promoted to an untenable and precarious leadership position.
The share of board seats held by women varies dramatically across the country, from none in Alaska to close to half in New Mexico. A few key policies may make all the difference.
A typical charity trustee is white, male and around 60-years-old.
While few would bemoan its end, the club fostered strong ties among the titans of Corporate America and ensured moderate candidates and policies. Its death has led to more extremism.
Are quotas the best way to challenge sexism and discrimination in politics and workplaces?