Bernice Ledbetter

Center for Women in Leadership

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Director of the Center for Women in Leadership at Pepperdine’s Graziadio Business School.

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California could become the first state to require corporate boards to include women. That’s if Governor Jerry Brown signs a bill lawmakers passed Thursday.

Should corporate boards be required by law to include women?

California could become the first state to require corporate boards to include women. That’s if Governor Jerry Brown signs a bill lawmakers passed Thursday.

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