Good Read | Still Waiting for Davos Woman
Last year, I wrote a column about Davos called “Waiting for Davos Woman” in which I observed how compromised the meeting was; only 16 percent of its credentialed participants were women. (In some articles, WEF sources said it was 15 percent.) This year, again according to WEF sources, it is 17 percent. While this is the same percentage of women as you will find in the world’s legislatures and slightly more than the percentage you will find on corporate boards, it is not just appallingly low — it is inexcusable.