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CALIFORNIA FEDERATION OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN Public Policy Conference February 9, 2013 BREAKING Script By: Rosemary Enzer Slides By: Anne Marie.

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1 CALIFORNIA FEDERATION OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN Public Policy Conference February 9, 2013 BREAKING Script By: Rosemary Enzer Slides By: Anne Marie Johnson THE GLASS CEILING

2 Once upon a time….

3 …happily ever after.

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5 1970s and 80s Doctor Business Woman Lawyer Engineer Politician Skys the Limit! Interior Designer

6 POOF! Dreaming…dreaming…

7 Reality Sets In

8 GLASS CEILING An invisible limit in corporations and other organizations above which it is difficult or impossible for women to rise in the ranks.

9 Women seemed to hit a point beyond which they were unable to progress.

10 Does It Really Exist? In 1991, the U. S. Department of Labor defined glass ceiling as "those artificial barriers based on attitudinal or organizational bias that prevent qualified individuals from advancing upward in their organization into management-level positions." Report on the Glass Ceiling Initiative, U. S. Department of Labor, 1991

11 The department's Glass Ceiling Commission ( ) studied these barriers not only as they apply to women, but as they apply to minorities as well.

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16 GOOD NEWS Women Serving on Corporate Boards %72% 1973 Women in Senior Management %16% women occupied 16.1% of board seats.

17 Women Mean Business

18 In 2012 she became the president and CEO of Yahoo!. Previously, she was a long-time executive and key spokesperson for Google. She is the youngest CEO of a Fortune 500 company, and has been ranked number 14 on the list of America's most powerful businesswomen of 2012 by Fortune magazine.CEOYahoo!GoogleFortune 500 Marissa Mayer

19 Women make historic gains in the U.S. Senate

20 Jan Perry Wendy Greuel

21 How we stack up on the world stage RwandaFirst Cuba 3rd United States Venezuela Morocco Tied for 80th

22 Stained Glass Ceiling

23 Brass Ceiling

24 The 2006 Celluloid Ceiling Report studied films of 2006 with combined domestic box office grosses of approximately $8.9 billion. It found women comprised 7% of directors, 10% of writers, 16% of executive producers, 20% of producers, 21% of editors, and 2% of cinematographers in the films studied.films of 2006 Women in the Audience Supporting Women Artists Now (WITASWAN). The WITASWAN mission is to convince women that the best way to puncture the celluloid ceiling is to use "the power of the purse": buy tickets to movies made by women directors and screenwriters, rent DVDs made by women directors and screenwriters, etc. Celluloid Ceiling

25 Reality or Excuse

26 One Day Soon

27 Are You Helping To Break The Glass Ceiling?


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