If we look at the issue through the lens of evolutionary biology/psychology, we can see that both sexes have different mating strategies and find different things attractive on the opposite sex.
In general, men value beauty and youth. Also in general, women value financial stability (wealth), status and power. This is how we're wired. So of course there's a bigger incentive for men to acquire wealth/power, than for women. Why is this wrong?
It would be like me arguing that men should be more represented in the field of super models. Most of us can name a few of them (Adriana Lima etc.), but where is the male counterpart? Does a male supermodel even exist? I believe 100% of supermodels are female.
So what, we should forcefully change the roles and what each sex finds attractive, so that there is a distribution of models more closer to 50/50? That is just absurd. There was a difference in sexual selection during our evolution and we can't erase that. Men will always like young and pretty women, and women will always be attracted to status and power (it goes without saying: IN GENERAL).
So why is then a bigger proportion of men who hold power a problem? It's EXPECTED