From the boardroom to the break room, women still face obstacles and difficulties that stand in the face of progress and upward mobility. Why are women still only making 79 cents to every $1 a man makes? Why are the perceptions of hard working women different from men? Why are women presidential candidates treated differently than their male counterparts? Why does race still matter for women of color? And why is the work and family balancing act still a major factor in the upward mobility of career women in the United States and other countries?
Women have made tremendous progress in the past 100 years. That’s a certainty. However, so much more can be achieved when we examine the root causes of why so much more can be done to achieve gender equity in the workplace.
We’ll also salute military veterans Rev. Dr. Sandra Whitley and Rev. Dr. Carlita Cotton, whose achievements were recognized and honored during the March 3rd Black History Breakfast. Women on the move…making a difference in our world.
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