Edison International board member Michael Camuñez was going through the proxy statement for an upcoming shareholder meeting in 2018 when he noticed the utility holding company mentioned race, ethnicity and nationality. sex of its directors, but not their sexual orientation or gender identity.
He floated the idea of adding this information to the annual regulatory filing. His fellow board members quickly agreed. Today, Camuñez, one of two Hispanic board members, is also identified as part of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community.