Seletha Butler is an Assistant Professor of Business Law and Ethics at Georgia Institute of Technology’s Scheller College of Business. She has a BS in Corporate Finance, summa cum laude, from The University of Alabama, a JD from Harvard Law School, where she served as current development editor of The Harvard Journal on Racial and Ethnic Justice (formerly the Harvard BlackLetter Law Journal), and an MBA (global focus) from Georgia Institute of Technology. Butler is the author of “All on Board! Strategies for Constructing Diverse Boards of Directors,” published in the Virginia Law & Business Review, and “‘Financial Expert’: A Subtle Blow to the Pool and Current Pipeline of Women on Corporate Boards,” published as the lead article in The Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law. Her research agenda focuses on corporate governance issues, specifically the structure, obligations, and activities of boards of directors, including board diversity. As a Network Fellow, Professor Butler will look at how a critical mass of women on the board of directors can serve as critical influencers, and how this diversity can curtail corruption within the institution.