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20 women Silicon Valley tech companies should be adding to their boards

When it comes to women in tech, people make all kinds of excuses from a broken pipeline to not wanting to "lower" their standards to bring women onto the team. Finding women to add to a company's board is even harder since the job listings aren't posted publicly and advertised widely to attract a diverse network, says Sukihnder Singh Cassidy, CEO of Joyus and founder of theBoardlist.
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