Decline of Female Leadership in Corporate America

Journalist Vauhini Vara of The Atlantic speaks with NPR about the decline of female leadership in US Companies, specifically after the stepping down of Indra Nooyi, CEO of Pepsi. Vara discusses the trend lines of female CEOs in the Fortune 500, and the reasons behind the low numbers. She tells NPR that women just aren’t getting promoted to middle management and high ranking leadership positions as swiftly as men, and discusses ways to improve the pipeline to get women promoted to these positions

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