Former PG&E CEO Geisha Williams on the lack of Latina executives in top companies: 'It's got to change'

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Five years ago Geisha Williams became the first Latina CEO of a Fortune 500 company. There has only been one other since.

Hispanic and Latina women make up just 1.6% of senior executives in the nation’s largest companies, according to a USA TODAY analysis of the S&P 100.

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