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win|win Newsletter January 2014

THERESE D. PRITCHARD NAMED CHAIR-ELECT OF BRYAN CAVE LLP

 ION: 2013 Annual Status Report Executive Summary
 win|win Newsletter September 2013
Legislator calls for more California companies to put women on their boards 
Central Exchange elects board for win|win campaign
Enterprising and Professional Women USA,Enterprising and Professional Women USA, The Central Exchange Education Foundation and The Commonwealth Institute South Florida Join 2020 Women on Boards as Affiliate
Hallmark Cards adds Female Executive to its Corporate Board

 Dysfunction in the Boardroom
June 2013

 ION December 2012 Press release & report
 Moving Up, KC Business profile of win|win, November 2012


win|win CEO roundtable discusses importance of gender equality at the top

 Building Momentum - nearly a year in, win\win is making strides in advancing female leadership. KC Business magazine details the positive movement.  Click here.
Commerce Bank elects Ellen Darling, Executive V.P. and Principal, Chief Operating Officer of Zimmer Real Estate to its Advisory Board.
July 2011

 St. Lukes's Health System appoints
Melinda L. Estes, M.D. as CEO. June 2011

 

 ION issues 2011Census ReportMarch 2011
 KC Business magazine spotlights the win|win campaign and Central Exchange. Details. . .
Great Plains Energy has promoted Heather Humphrey as general counsel and vice president of human resources, and Ellen Fairchild as chief compliance offer vice president - corporate secretary. November 3, 2010

Business Journal article touts win|win:
Kansas City-area companies back new campaign to add women leaders. August, 2010:  Click here for details.

 win|win is officially launched to the media.  August, 2010: winwinLaunchRelease.doc






 1/9/13  A very successful Talent Champion Forum, hosted by Lori Kelleher, Chief Human Resources Officer, Black & Veatch, was held at Central Exchange South on January 9 for top HR and talent executives. The forum focused on talent strategies and practices for accelerating the careers of women.