The face of corporate NZ is still too pale, stale and male, argues Simplicity's Sam Stubbs

The diversity philosophy is deeply entrenched in many aspects of New Zealand society. In my lifetime I've seen dramatic changes in acceptable attitudes towards women's rights and opportunities. As the father of a teenage daughter, it really matters to me. However, in corporate governance, we're a laggard.

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Sir Stephen Tindall signs on as Simplicity patron and 57th volunteer for nonprofit KiwiSaver plan


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