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Castellan Solutions has announced that it has become a Global Supporting Sponsor of the WomenCorporateDirectors (WCD) Foundation. Castellan will team with WCD to develop a Risk, Resiliency and Business Continuity Peer Exchange and will publish a joint ‘Pulse Report’, which will evaluates WCD members’ views about business continuity and operational resilience, and how they view these important areas within corporate strategy development.

As the trusted network of the most powerful and influential women corporate directors in the world, WCD is a catalyst for board diversity, a leader in governance programming and a true world-wide peer community for female corporate directors.

“WCD is committed to increasing representation of women in corporate boardrooms and we are excited to be a part of that commitment through our sponsorship,” says Kristin Agnelli, VP of Marketing at Castellan. “We look forward to connecting with WCD members to have conversations around diversity in leadership and sharing our expertise.”

“Risk has become an integral part of strategy development, as companies have seen what happens when the unthinkable actually comes to pass – from the collapse of the supply chain to a global health crisis. Now is the time for boards to re-examine how they incorporate business continuity into their longer-term strategies,” says Susan C. Keating, CEO of WCD. “WCD is pleased to welcome Castellan as a Global Supporting Sponsor, to share guidance and expertise with WCD’s global membership network on these critical issues.”

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