Women Executives’ Advice on Changing Up Workplace Demographics

Over the years, there’s been much talk about the makeup of Fortune 500 CEOs and how women and people of color are lacking at the top.

While some progress has been made, there’s much work to be done.

Research from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) shows that in 2021, 86% of Fortune 500 CEOs were white men, which was up slightly from 2020. Thirty four CEOs were white women, two were Black men, two were Black women, 17 were Latino men, 10 were Asian men, five were Asian women and zero were Latina women. 

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