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Sponsors needed to elevate more black women

Forté Foundation SmartBrief | Jul 13, 2016

There are no black women CEOs in the Fortune 500, and black women overall are less likely to attain leadership titles than white women. One of the primary obstacles is a lack of sponsors, according to research from Melinda Marshall and Tai Wingfield. Harvard Business Review online (tiered subscription model) (07/01)


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More women taking business school admissions exams

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Survey: Promising job market for MBA grads

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