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Hilarie Bass
Co-President at . Past President of . Proud Alumna & Trustee. Founder of the Bass Institute for Diversity & Inclusion.
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4 large corporations that are leaders and how they earned top rankings. While overall employee numbers matter, most are specifically working to move the needle on parity in .
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Hilarie Bass Nov 9
always exists. To overcome it, among other things, companies must increase in their current work environments before looking for in hiring. As says, “It’s up to us to keep the conversation going.”
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Hilarie Bass Nov 8
An important point by of that's especially relevant for achieving in , from today's Talent & Diversity Forum.
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Hilarie Bass Nov 8
The US gained women in government with a record 108+ women winning seats in US Congress. We’ll know we have achieved when the portion of women in Congress matches the 50% of the population that’s female.
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Hilarie Bass Nov 7
Natalie Portman takes apart the myth that more women aren’t in their fields because they’ve dropped out for family. When was the last time you asked why women were leaving demanding professions?
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Hilarie Bass Nov 6
Demands from last week’s included ending pay & opportunity inequity. One participant said: “Anywhere decisions need to be made, there need to be more women.” There is no without diversity at the level.
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Hilarie Bass Nov 2
Looking forward to meeting with to talk about its members' challenges and opportunities around . |
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Hilarie Bass Nov 1
Data show women ask for raises & promotions at similar rates as men and are as ambitious as men. Yet, as says, “they’re just treading water” when it comes to in company .
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Hilarie Bass Oct 31
Progress for women in business has stalled. To move forward, implementing processes companies hope will work isn’t enough. They must also hold managers accountable for actual results in hiring & promotions.
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Hilarie Bass Oct 17
Thanks for including me in this important discussion on . I look forward to continuing the dialogue.
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Dave Scriven-Young Sep 29
Women continue to leave the practice of law in droves—how do we encourage them to stay, & help them thrive, in the profession? Thank you for your leadership on this issue.
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Meghan Tribe Sep 26
“The reason I decided it was time to commit full time to move the needle on this issue is because I believe we now know what we need to do,” said Hilarie Bass, former president who is leaving Big Law to launch her own D&I firm
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Hilarie Bass Sep 12
Excited to announce my plans for creating the Bass Institute on Diversity and Inclusion to launch in 2019. Addressing issues faced by women and minorities in the workplace this will build on my recent work as President and my career .
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Balancing the Scales Aug 31
Discrimination still exists today. Until women are treated as equal to men, we won’t stop pushing for change.
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Hilarie Bass Aug 26
Take some time to watch Bryan Stevenson’s remarks from and hopefully you too will be inspired to do more for
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Hilarie Bass Aug 9
Thanks to all my family, friends and colleagues who joined me at the annual meeting and supported me during my year as ABA president. Your support played a key role in making this memorable year possible.
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Hilarie Bass Aug 8
Proud of all the important issues we tackled during the last year. Many of these initiatives will remain ongoing.
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Hilarie Bass Aug 7
I know the will be in good hands under the leadership of my friend .
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American Bar Association Aug 6
The Passing of the Gavel from Hilarie Bass to Bob Carlson.
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Hilarie Bass Aug 6
“The has never been more important in the US and around the world. We must continue to stand up for the , to speak out i. support of the independence of the judiciary and to ensure that our profession lives up to its ideals.”
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