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Women leadership in corporate world improving, still lags behind men

9:53 PM, Jan. 19, 2013
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Jen Nieuwenhuis is a leader in the Wausau community through her work in the business world and volunteerism with nonprofit organizations, but she remains a rarity in central Wisconsin - a woman who holds a leadership position on a corporate board of directors.

Women in the Wausau area, much like women in the rest of Wisconsin and the country, lag far behind men in representation on corporate boards. A recent study conducted by Milwaukee Women Inc., an organization that advocates for women in leadership, found that 14.4 percent of board directors in the state's largest public companies are ...

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