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The New York Stock Exchange

Initiative to Advance Board Diversity

About the Council

Lack of diversity on corporate boards is a well-documented issue and the NYSE is making a proactive step toward progress. In May 2019, the New York Stock Exchange launched the NYSE Board Advisory Council to proactively address the critical need for inclusive leadership by connecting diverse candidates with companies seeking new directors.

The Council, which is comprised of 22 Member CEOs from some of the world’s largest and most well-established brands, will leverage their own personal networks to identify talented candidates interested in serving on boards. Through a series of live events, the Council will introduce candidates to NYSE-listed companies seeking to expand diversity on corporate boards.

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Council Members

Founding Council Members

In the News

May 5, 2020

Intercontinental Exchange

NYSE Board Advisory Council Welcomes Eight New Members
January 9, 2020

IR Magazine

NYSE targets change in board diversity with elite networking program
February 5, 2020

Barron’s opinion piece by Betty on Board Diversity

The Secret to Making Boards More Diverse: Better Networking
December 11, 2019

Inside America’s Boardrooms

How the NYSE Board Advisory Council is Driving Board Diversity
September 15, 2019

Associated Press

NYSE's Betty Liu talks about corporate board diversity
June 25, 2019

Atlanta Business Chronicle

Delta, Coca-Cola CEOs among founding members of new NYSE council aimed at diversity
June 25, 2019

Betty’s Medium post on Board Diversity

Why I’m Passionate About Diversity In The Boardroom
June 25, 2019

Cheddar

NYSE Board Advisory Council Aims to Advance Diversity on Corporate Boards