Asian American Women in Corporate America: Pay Them. Promote Them.


January 9, 2024


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The 12.7 million Asian American women in the United States are the driving force behind the U.S. economy. They are powerful consumers and decision-makers. They deserve a seat at the table.

Education and employee resource groups aren’t elevating Asian American women in corporate America. Despite 49% of Asian American women holding bachelor’s degrees or higher, they make up less than 1% of C-suite positions. 

Asian American women may have high participation rates in ERGs, but they’re not reaping the benefits. It’s time for companies to step up, pay, and deliver on their commitments. Asian American women in corporate America want promotions, not empty promises. 

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