26%
Yes
74%
No
23%
Yes
51%
No
2%
Yes, and the government should do more to require diversity in the workplace
21%
No, board members should be the most qualified regardless of gender
1%
Yes, but only for large international corporations
3%
No, the government should never require the diversity of private businesses

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 @Th300414 from Texas answered…4yrs4Y

 @8HJPJB7 from Colorado answered…4yrs4Y

Have people on the board that are qualified regardless of gender or race. Gender should not be a contributing factor

 @erikb9from New York answered…4yrs4Y

No. Let them choose the gender mix (or lack thereof), let them reveal the degree of commitment to diversity, so that potential customers and clients can choose whether or not to do business with them accordingly.

 @92RB63W from Kentucky answered…2yrs2Y

Hire the most qualified candidates, but have blind interviews or blind applications. Remove any indication of biases such as name, race, gender. relevant experience and qualifications on a resume are all that should be required. When people say “hire the most qualified candidate” it’s a dog whistle that usually means, “don’t change the way applications and interviews are done because then it won’t inherently benefit the white male like me.”

 @9JW87V6 from North Carolina answered…4mos4MO

Not required since board members should be the most qualified regardless of gender, but any board that entirely lacks female representation and has a history of lacking representation should be investigated for a possible gender bias

 @54MDY26from Illinois answered…4yrs4Y

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