Iris and/or LedBetter appear in the following press mentions:

“Are Asian-Americans the New White People?” — KERA (Dallas NPR), Think (one-hour live show), 2018
“The Whitening and Erasure of Asian-Americans.” — KQED (San Francisco NPR), By The Bay podcast, 2018.
"Meet The 8 Women Who May Just Get Us To 50/50." — Refinery29, 2018.
"Oscar Nominee Kumail Nanjiani Still Gets Mistaken For Other Brown Stars." — Huffington Post, 2018.
"Amid The Time's Up Movement, Is It Wise For Female-Led Companies To Hire Male Directors?" — Refinery29 (U.K.), 2018.

"Women Are Making Over The Beauty Industry's Boy's Club." — FiveThirtyEight, 2017.
"Companies With The Most (And Least) Female Leadership." — 24/7 Wall Street, 2017.
"Asian Americans and Race: It’s Complicated." — The Root, 2017.

"#NPRreads : 3 Stories To Ponder This Weekend." — NPR, 2016.
"These 3 Companies Sell to Women — But Have None on Their Executive Teams." — Fortune, 2016.
"'LedBetter' Index Lets You Buy From Companies with Women in Top Jobs." — Forbes, 2016.
"These 10 Brands Have No Women in Leadership Positions."  — New York Magazine, 2016.
"This Web App Shows Just How Few Women Hold Leadership Roles at Top Brands."  — Inc. Magazine, 2016.
"Hey Ladies, Your Favorite Brand is Probably Run by Men."  — Marketplace, 2016.
"A Reason to Shop at H&M That Has Nothing To Do With Fashion."  — The Huffington Post, 2016.
"These Are the Companies With the Fewest Women In Leadership Roles."  — Mashable, 2016.
"New Website LedBetter Maps the Glass Ceiling At Nearly 2,000 Major Consumer Brands."  — Bitch, 2016.
"In Need of Some Diversity."  — Donald J. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism, 2016.