the university of colorado leeds school of business is launching a new initiative aimed at increasing the number of women in business programs by 2020.the initiative, which is being announced today at the women inspiring leadership development (wild) summit in westminster, aims to create gender parity in all cu business programs over the next three years.the end the gap by 2020 initiative was inspired by members of the leeds school of business women's council, a group of roughly 100 successful business women who advise the university, mentor students and speak in classrooms.university of colorado graduate student macauley mcginnis takes notes during a class wednesday inside the koelbel building in boulder. (jeremy papasso / staff photographer)`this fall, the topic came up of the pipeline and how, not just here but nationwide, the percentage of women in business schools and programs is so much lower than law schools and medical schools, where it's about 50/50,` said sharon matusik, ...