Across industries, we are still seeing a prominent gender gap in the corporate world despite the progress that has already been made. As men and women enter the workforce at the start of their careers, there seems to be an equal footing. But how is it that C-suite executives are predominantly represented by men despite best efforts toward tightening the gap? How can women become more visible in this case? And what role could men play in a more gender-equitable future? In this episode of Disruptive Forces, CEO of 100 Women in Finance, Amanda Pullinger, joins Anu Rajakumar to shed light on what her organization is doing to further promote gender equality in finance as well as how to encourage corporations to break the bias and set women up for success in the long run.
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