Frontier has become a member of the Paradigm for ParitySM (PforP) coalition, a movement to achieve gender parity in corporate America by 2030, both in boardrooms and executive ranks.
Created by a coalition of CEOs, senior executives, board members and business academics, PforP provides a roadmap for companies looking to speed up the pace of gender equality. In S&P companies, women account for 14.2% of top executive positions and only 24 CEO positions, and women make up less than 10% of the four most senior-level roles at a typical Fortune 1000 company.
Kathe Weslock, EVP and Chief People Officer and “champion” of our Culture and Inclusion Council, says “Membership in PforP is another positive way Frontier can strengthen its commitment to addressing gender imbalance in the workplace.”
To date, other companies in the coalition include Accenture, Adecco, American Electric Power, APCO Worldwide, AstraZeneca, Bank of America, Cargill, DSC Logistics, Edison International, Egon Zehnder, Farient Advisors, HealthHelp, Huffington Post, Linkage, LinkedIn, McKinsey, MetricStream, NeoGenomics Clinical Laboratories, Newmont Mining Corporation, Nordstrom, VF Corp, SAP, Spencer Stuart, TDIndustries and VOYA.
You can learn more about Paradigm for ParitySM at www.paradigm4parity.com.