As Founder & CEO of Women Get On Board, I often reflect on my board journey over the last two decades on both public and private company boards and the public and not-for-profit sector boards. Due to this, I know the challenges that women face when finding and elevating their voices in the boardroom. Whether you are a new board member appointed to a long-tenured board of directors or the “token” woman at the boardroom table, it’s vital to feel confident speaking up.

In my latest blog, ‘Elevating Your Voice in the Boardroom,’ I discuss that in order to find and elevate your boardroom voice, women must embrace the following four P’s: