We are pleased to announce that WWB has just produced a new publication titled, Transforming the Landscape of Leadership in Microfinance: Maintaining the Focus on Women; authored by Elizabeth Lynch, Director for our Center for Microfinance Leadership. It discusses the key role that women played as leaders of the microfinance movement 30 years ago, how women's leadership has been affected by current changes in the sector, and what WWB is doing to assist its network partners maintain and increase gender diversity. "Transforming the Landscape of Leadership in Microfinance: Maintaining the Focus on Women" introduces WWB's new methodology for helping MFIs support gender diversity at all levels of their institution. WWB has expanded its Women's Leadership Development Program, which works with individuals, to include a tool that focuses on the challenges and opportunities microfinance institutions face in the attraction, retention, and promotion of qualified women staff members - the Organizational Gender Assessment. The publication offers concrete examples of policies and programs that can help institutions achieve gender diversity. Through a study of WWB network member Kashf Foundation (Pakistan), it shows that even those organizations with an ingrained commitment to diversity can benefit from an organizational assessment. Based on these findings, WWB presents its prescriptions for creating and maintaining a healthy, gender-inclusive microfinance institution. The paper also presents findings from a survey of global participants of the WWB Leadership Development Program.