Roadblocks, Hurdles, and Glass Ceilings: The Female Executive Perspective Public Deposited

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  • The North American forest sector is well-known for its lack of diversity. In most operations, middle-aged white males are the majority of employees. Given this setting, we investigate the experiences of female executives working in North American forest sector firms. We take a qualitative approach with in-person and Skype interviews of female executives in both large and forest sector operations. We attempt to assure representation from various specialties and geographies. Data collection is ongoing. Qualitative data analysis will be used to identify commonalities among respondents. We hope to develop insights that can help improve the sector by eliminating roadblocks and hurdles for female managers as well as provide advice for young females entering the industry.
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