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The PARiTAmodel for racial diversity in leadership


The fact that women and people of color are underrepresented in organizational leadership is the result of many factors–from societal expectations and socialization to organizational practices and culture, to conscious and unconscious bias, and more.

But while the causes are complex, the solutions don’t have to be. Our PARiTAmodel whitepapers outline a wealth of very specific, tangible things that virtually any organization can do, right now, to mitigate the barriers.

The PARiTAmodel for gender diversity in leadership


The PARiTAmodels are based on extensive research and in-depth conversations with organizations that have not only reached–but sustained–diversity in leadership.


Our proprietary framework, organized around three key pillars (Representation, Equality, and Inclusion), empowers organizational leaders with insight into the specific policies, practices, and approaches that the most successful companies employ to ensure that women and people of color have equal opportunities to advance and succeed.


Unlocking Pay Parity: The Importance of Closing the Gap

In 2024, women earn just 84 cents for every dollar a man makes. Closing the pay gap is on almost every organization's agenda.


Because employee movement is so fluid, and variables such as experience, tenure, and education change frequently, the best organizations monitor pay parity and regularly course correct.

Unlocking Pay Parity highlights include a review of gender pay gap root causes and actionable recommendations for your organization’s future success.

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