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Anthony LoPinto

The push to bring more women directors into US boardrooms is front and center. There are more women appointed to board seats than ever, yet the overall percentage of female directors is barely changing. The reason is simple; directors, most of whom are older white men, do not step off of boards for, on average, 10 years, and about 25% hang around for 15 years or more.

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