- Hispanic and Latina women make up just 1.6% of senior executives in the nation’s largest companies.
- Of 92 companies in the S&P 100 reviewed by USA TODAY, 18 had no Latinas in senior executive positions.
- Latinas are also underrepresented as managers (4.4%) and as professionals (3.2%), USA TODAY found.
CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS: An earlier version of this story misstated the number of Latina CEOs in the Fortune 500. There are two.
When Geisha Williams took over PG&E in 2017, she was stunned to learn she was the first Latina CEO of a Fortune 500 company.
There has only been one since.