A chart on the number of women who sit on the boards of Canada’s biggest ICT firms
As part of her gender diversity report for ITAC, author Karen Wensley looked at the composition of the boards of directors of the 10 biggest Canadian-based publicly-traded information and communications technology companies. Here’s what she found:
The first figure is the total number of board members in 2012, the number in brackets is the number of women.
Blackberry (smart phone maker) 12 (2)
BCE Inc. (telecom/media) 14 (2)
Rogers Comm. (cable/media) 14 (4)
Telus Corp. (telecom) 13 (1)
Celestica (electronics) 8 (1)
CGI (systems integrator/consult) 14 (3)
Shaw Comm. (cable/Internet) 16 (2)
CAE (simulators) 15 (1)
OpenText (software) 9 (3)
Softchoice (IT products/services) 9 (2)Related Download
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