Here's why this large S.F. public tech company is adding women to its board

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San Francisco-based DocuSign is expanding the number of women who serve on its board to four, with the biggest move coming in the appointment of Maggie Wilderotter as chairwoman. The electronic-signature company not only named Wilderotter, a seasoned telecommunications executive who joined DocuSign’s board earlier this year, to serve as chairwoman effective Jan. 1, but it is also adding Cynthia Gaylor, chief financial officer of Pivotal Software, to its board. Wilderotter and Gaylor are two...

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