Governing – ‘The Women Leading the First Study of Diversity in State and Local Government’

Updated: Aug 17, 2018

Libby Seguin and Lauren Stott are both graduate students leading the nation’s first comprehensive look at the gender, age, race and veteran status of all executive positions in state and local government. It’s nearly impossible to find out exactly how diverse local public leadership is in America. Seguin and Stott know that data like this is needed and they hope it will bring about change. – Inclusive Viewpoint: The Mayor Ginther Administration has 14 Cabinet Members: 7 (50%) female and 6 (43%) ethnic minority.

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