Resource Library

This page is intended as a resource for remaining up to date on discussions and research pertaining to our mission of advancing women leaders.

Advancing the Work of Unconscious Bias
The Boston Club is committed to advancing diversity and inclusion through the strategic priorities of its Diversity and Inclusion Committee (DIC):

*  Education and Awareness *  Resources and Tools *  External Partnerships
Unconscious bias is one key area of focus and is an important aspect of leadership development. DIC members collaborate with other committees to examine this important topic. In addition to programming support, the DIC provides a tool kit of resources on unconscious bias. Our goal is to inspire self-reflection, conversations and meaningful action. We believe this enriches our The Boston Club community and our individual leadership lenses.  Stay tuned for other resources, suggested events and forums.

Resources and Tools

Reading Materials and Infographics

The Guiding Questions of The Boston Club

Banaji, M., & Greenwald, A. (2013). Blindspot: Hidden biases of good people. New York: Delacorte Press.

Barton, D. (9.27.16). It’s Time for Companies to Try a New Gender-Equality Playbook. Wall Street Journal.

Choate, A., (11.30.16). Neuroleadership Lessons: Recognizing and Mitigating Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

Diangelo, R. (2018) White Fragility – Why it’s So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism

Mayers, Juliette (October 2018) The Hard Truth – The Realities for Women of Color in the Workplace.

Mayers, Juliette (August 2017) Inclusive Leadership Requires Action -

Video selections:

Eve L. Ewing - Breaking Down Structural Racism with "Ghosts in the Schoolyard. -

Christie Lindor, Why Great People Quit Good Jobs - Banaji on PBS

American Denial: Implicit Bias Test

McKinsey & Co, - Unconscious Bias and Ingrained Beliefs

Verna Myers - How to Overcome our Biases? Walk Bravely Toward Them

New York Times Series – Who, me? Bias?

Trevor Noah - How Racist is Boston?

Kristen Pressner TEDx talk  “Are you biased?” – I am.

Professional Advancement



  • The Babson Center for Women’s Leadership offers programming and develops research dedicated to advancing the entrepreneurial leadership of women across organizations worldwide.
  • Catalyst is a leading advocacy and research organization that works with businesses and the professions to build inclusive environments and expand opportunities for women at work.
  • National Association of Women Executives provides education, networking and public advocacy in support of the advancement of women in business.

Board Representation


Census Reports

The Boston Club’s Census of Women Directors and Chief Executives of Massachusetts' Largest Nonprofit Organizations
2017: Modest Gains, Robust Benefits
2015: Stability Isn't Progress

2013: A Benchmark Report

The Boston Club’s Census of Women Directors and Executive Officers of Massachusetts Public Companies
2018: Winds of Change
2017: Full Disclosure

2016: Boardroom Progress But Not in the Executive Suite
2015: The Public Sector Weighs In
2014: No More Excuses

ION’s Status Report on Women Directors and Executive Officers in Multiple Regions of the United States

TBC Talks

Keynote speeches made at The Boston Club events. Informative, useful and groundbreaking.