It has been more than four decades since women joined the workforce in significant numbers. Despite the ongoing growth of women in the workplace, the gender gap persists when it comes to the percentage of women CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. This is just as true for Jewish organizations. A recent report from Leading Edge, a prominent think tank conducting original research on Jewish organizations, found that 70% of the workforce in Jewish nonprofits is made up of women and those who identify as female. Yet women represent only 30% of the CEOs of those nonprofits.