Miller Thomson contributes to Canadian Board Diversity Council’s cause for diversity in the board room.

November 18, 2011

Toronto-based
Canadian Board Diversity Council (CBDC) releases its survey findings on the
gender and ethnic make-up of board members in Canadian corporations. The
two-year-old organization charts the mix of people on Canada’s top boards and
encourages more diversity in leadership roles for women and/or visible
minorities.

Miller
Thomson is a founding member of the board and supports the director education
series by teaching at the sessions in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal.

Read
more about the CBDC in the recent article: Diversity in the boardroom is not
just a matter of appearance