Women hold a minority of CEO positions in associations and professional societies, with the percentage depending on the size and type of organization, according to data collected by CEO Update. Women account for 37 percent of CEOs at professional societies with revenues of more than $2 million, but only 21 percent at trade groups of the same size. Five leaders share views on why women account for so few top executives.
Chicago-based group and political powerhouse chooses longtime staffer to succeed CEO Dale Stinton, who announced late last year he would retire once a replacement was found.
CEOs change more than rules to ensure staffers don't put in too many hours. "My policy is at 5 o'clock we all stop working," said Paul Grace of NBCOT.