Our ability to do that rests on our greatest asset, our people. That includes diverse leadership throughout our senior management team, entire organization and on our Board.
|We are focused on increasing and supporting diversity through three pillars|
|The NYSE Board Advisory Council connects diverse board candidates with companies seeking new directors|
|We are working to empower Black and underrepresented entrepreneurs with the human capital they need to succeed|
|Our podcast features conversations with a diverse set of entrepreneurs and visionaries|
|Hear from Intercontinental Exchange Directors why having women on boards matters|
|ICE CTO Mayur Kapani discusses how focusing on customers drives innovation|
Lack of diversity on corporate boards is a well-documented issue and the NYSE is making a proactive step toward progress. In May 2019, the New York Stock Exchange launched the NYSE Board Advisory Council to proactively address the critical need for inclusive leadership by connecting diverse candidates with companies seeking new directors.
Fifty years ago Muriel “Mickie” Siebert became the first woman to own a seat on the New York Stock Exchange
As the owner of the New York Stock Exchange, we have a unique opportunity to help raise awareness for non-profit organizations