MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - A new report Friday said only one of every seven members of Wisconsin's largest corporate boards is a woman.
That's a rate of 14 percent, about the same for the past two years after a steady gain of 5 percent over the previous eight years.
Milwaukee Women Incorporated put together the report. It studied the makeup of corporate boards in the state's 50 largest publicly traded companies. In eight of those companies, at least a quarter of the directors are women.
Companies with at least one female director grew from 32 a decade ago to 38 this year.