e.l.f. Discovery

Serving the Boardroom FAQs with Billie Jean King

e.l.f. and Billie Jean King: creating equal opportunities for women and minorities on a national level. She did it on the tennis court, and e.l.f. Is doing it in another space where men have historically dominated: corporate boards. Our goal? Engage the public on an issue that deserves more attention, while simultaneously creating viral moments that will bring longevity to e.l.f. and BJK’s shared mission of improving representation across all sectors.

Boardroom FAQs

  • Women make up only 27% of U.S. corporate boards.
  • The average U.S. corporate board is 88% white.
  • Gender diverse boards are 27% more likely to outperform financially.
  • e.l.f. is 1 of only 4 U.S. companies out of 4,200 with a board that is ⅔ women and ⅓ diverse.
  • e.l.f. is 1 of only 18 U.S. companies out of 4,200 with a board that is ⅔ women.
  • Diversity is good for business. Game. Set. Fact.
  • e.l.f. stands for every eye, lip, and face — in every boardroom.