Since private company boards are not required to report board diversity metrics, The Lodis Forum, a peer group for female Board Chairs, recently completed a
Family Business is a noble cause and one that we should all fight to sustain.
Family business not only supports shareholders and employees but envelops its community in shared values and good stewardship. When a family business fails, many suffer.
- Chairman of the Board at IDEAL Industries a 105-year-old family business
- Founder of The Lodis Forum – Peer group for female board chairs
- Governance advisor to family businesses – Focus on good governance to sustain family businesses for another generation
Meghan is a sought-after speaker. Highly knowledgeable, approachable, and with a good sense of humor, Meghan can connect with audiences and provide unique family business insights.
Meghan is a highly regarded author specializing in family business and corporate governance. She shares her insights and perspectives gleaned from experience in blogs, articles, and commissioned work.
Meghan not only advocates for good governance to keep family businesses transitioning from one generation to another, but she also advocates for women in leadership, both in the family and board.
Think about this for a second: Only 3% of family businesses make it to the fourth generation. That means 97% do not. Meanwhile, 80% of the businesses
Connect with Meghan
Meghan Juday Advisory – Learn more about her work helping families establish or refine family or corporate governance
Speaking – Discuss upcoming speaking opportunities, whether at a conference, podcast, or interview.
Advocacy – Learn more about Meghan’s work with women in family business leadership, including her work with The Lodis Forum