Women in metals and mining
From mine to boardroom, there is a move towards gender balance. Women leaders from metals and mining industries share experiences and views on diversity.
From laws preventing women working in specific jobs, to stereotyping of gender roles and abilities, historically the metals and mining sectors were inhospitable environments for women to enter and progress careers.
Long overdue change is now happening in the industry, but there is still much work to be done, thirteen exceptional female leaders told S&P Global Platts. Collectively, their careers span almost every continent and a wide variety of roles and products. They discussed their motivations for working in metals and mining, views on how the sector has progressed, and what needs to be done next to ensure greater diversity in the workplace.
Read their individual interviews here.