Leadership diversity | Why are there so few Black female business leaders?

Why are there so few Black female business leaders?

Diversity is a big issue - and it appears the closer towards the apex of a business, diversity can get worse. This is why it is a privilege for myGrapevine+ to sit down with Bukola Adisa, Founder & CEO at Career Masterclass to discuss:

  • Structural reasons for why there are so few Black female leaders

  • How to get ahead in your career

  • How to get better diversity within the ranks of leaders.

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