Recently, I heard remarks from Christopher Simmons, retired KPMG chief diversity officer, addressing diversity and women, in particular. He noticed a trend: Out of each high school graduating class, women made up 6 or more of the top 10 slots. Yet only 24 percent of Fortune 500 firms have female CEOs… and the participation in the ranks of management remains abysmally low.
Prompting the question asked by Mr. Simmons: “Do women dumb down after high school?”
*This article was originally posted on The Daily Record.