They are all men:
Notably, none of the new House committee chairs are women. Current House Administration Committee Chairwoman Candice Miller (R-Mich.) remains the only female on the roster of panel leaders, which was announced earlier.
Is "House Administration" like housekeeping?
The Republican Party sighed a great sigh of relief after deciding that the war-against-women issues didn't seem to work in the last midterm elections. Now they can run the party the way it should be run, as an old white boys' tree-house, and ignore those pesky wimminz' issues.
All this is hilarious. Or would be hilarious if I was reporting on it from outside the country and if the Republican Party didn't vote almost 100% against everything that would make women's lives easier (family leave, equal pay, contraceptive choice etc. etc.)
But there's a technical reason for that dearth of women on the top of the Republican pyramid: There aren't that many Republican women in the Congress in the first place, so the pipeline is nearly empty (or the oven turned off).
PS. I always remind readers in these posts that the relevant way to judge "diversity" is by thinking about population percentages and how well the percentages in the Congress reflect those. From that angle Republican women are sorely under-represented.