PAVING THE WAY: FOUR DARDEN ALUMNAE ON FEMALE LEADERSHIP IN PRIVATE EQUITY

The glass ceiling in private equity has begun showing a few cracks.

Private equity firms, which invest in growing companies that are not yet publicly traded, have traditionally struggled with a lack of women in leadership positions. A 2016 study by professional services firm KPMG reported that 79 percent of industry professionals believe it is harder for women to succeed in private equity.

More information: https://www.news.virginia.edu/content/paving-way-four-darden-alumnae-female-leadership-private-equity

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