Welcome. Thank you for visiting The Boston Club’s website. We are one of the largest communities of women executives and professional leaders in the Northeast. We are both a club and a cause. As a club, we offer programming, events and other opportunities for leaders of advanced professional stages and backgrounds to connect with, engage with and enrich each other. As a cause, our mission is to impel the advancement of women to top leadership positions. Our core belief is that more women in significant and visible leadership roles will mean better business performance and strengthened economic health in our communities.
Carol Carlson has been appointed to the board of National Life Group, where she will serve on the Audit Committee. Carol, who specialized in auditing and accounting in the insurance industry during her career in accounting, recently retired as a partner of Ernst & Young, LLP. During her time at Ernst & Young, Carol advised insurers on their strategic transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions and initial public offerings. Additionally, she advised companies on the impacts of new and developing accounting and financial reporting guidance. She serves on several committees of The Boston Club, including the Nonprofit Board Committee. Carol has a special interest in gender-equity and inclusiveness and led Ernst & Young’s efforts on those initiatives for a number of years. Read more about her election here.
Lizabeth H. Zlatkus was recently elected to the Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) board of directors. She will serve on the company’s Audit Committee. Lizabeth held many senior leadership positions during her 28-year tenure at The Hartford Financial Services Group, including chief financial officer and chief risk officer, as well as co-president of Hartford Life Insurance Companies. She currently serves on the board of directors at Boston Private Financial Holdings, Inc. and as a director on the board of Legal & General Group, PLC. She also serves as development chair of the Connecticut Science Center Trustee Board. Read more about her appointment.
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
Within The Boston Club, diversity is the recognition of and valuing of differences among groups, including and not limited to race, religion, class, age, gender, sexual orientation, mental and physical challenges, and work/life balance issues. Inclusion is the action of diversity, how we live, our respect for others and how we effectively utilize our leadership to promote the advancement of all women.
A diverse membership ensures the richness and vibrancy of ideas, topics and approaches. Ultimately, diversity and inclusion enhance the quality of experience, round out the membership and develop leadership depth.
Thu, Nov 10 - Speed Mentoring Returns! - 5:30pm, Boston, MA
Mentoring facilitates the sharing of ideas, expertise, perspective and insight. Join us as we partner with State Street Corporation and the United Way's Women's Leadership Council to bring together a diverse group of professionals. Read more>>>
Tues, Nov 29 - From Vision to Achievement and Beyond: A Celebration of Our Own Distinguished Leaders - 6pm, EY, Boston, MA
Everyone has a story, and The Boston Club's members have fascinating stories of their journeys to leadership and their visions for the future. Join us as we ask some of our most distinguished leaders questions about their distinguished careers. Read more>>>
Wed, Dec 07 - Corporate Salute & 40th Anniversary Celebration - 7:45am, Intercontinental Hotel, Boston, MA - Celebrate our past, present and future at Intention/Inspiration/Innovation - hear from keynote speaker Beth Comstock, Vice Chair of Innovation at GE, and help us celebrate 40 Years Strong! Read more>>>
The National Conversation
on Board Diversity
On November 17, 2016 in cities across the U.S. and throughout the world, C-Suite and senior executives will discuss
Creating Change Through Collective and Individual Action: How Can We Harness Investor Influence, Legislation, Targeted Publicity, and Other Means to Accelerate Progress for Women on Boards? More information here