Corporations and Small Businesses
How Corporations Are Using the Film
Corporations across the country are using Miss Representation to re-examine their corporate culture, address unconscious bias, redefine the conversation around inclusion, and foster authentic leadership. This powerful and thought-provoking film provides companies with a unique, informative, and inspiring experience for their employees, clients, and the community at large.
We have worked with more than 150 global, forward-thinking companies such as Deloitte, Salesforce, Google, Gap, and Charles Schwab to name a few and with great results. Whether you’re a CEO, executive leadership team, HR director, ERG leader, diversity and inclusion group, or women’s leadership group, we’re ready to partner.
Learn more about the ways in which corporations have worked with The Representation Project.
DID YOU KNOW?
- Women are a mere 4.6% of Fortune 500 CEOs, yet women are the highest percentage of middle management.
- Women have plateaued at about 18% representation in leadership in this country’s most powerful industries.
- Women hold only 5% of clout positions in the mainstream media (telecommunications, entertainment, publishing, and advertising).
- On average, U.S. women continue to earn 78¢ on every dollar that men earn. Racial disparities exacerbate the problem with African American women earning only 64¢ and Latinas earning only 54¢.
Companies with more women leaders have:
- Better financial performance (DDI)
- Better Organizational Health Index ranking (McKinsey)
- More engaged employees (Gallup)
According to a study conducted by Catalyst in 2011, companies with women on the board have:
- 16% higher return on sales
- 26% higher return on invested capital
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Miss Representation is a very inspiring and thought-provoking film portraying the unrealistic views and obstacles that girls and women face in our society.
Michelle Scarcelli, Vice President, Merrill Lynch Women’s Exchange Chapter/Orange County
Every corporate and governmental HR department ought to make Miss Representation required watching.
John Pritzker, Director, Geolo Capitol