EVENTS

 

"Cuz I Slay, I Deserve Equal Pay" III: Fourth Annual Latinas Equal Pay Day Commemoration Project

LIVE ON ZOOM

October, 29, 2020, is Latinas Women's Equal Pay Day. This date reflects the status of Latinas current earnings. Latinas make just 54 cents in comparison to what a white non-Hispanic male makes. Aside from working the entire previous calendar year, October 29 represents how far into 2020, a Latina must work to earn what a white non-Hispanic male made in the 2019 year alone. Gender and race equality and equity are critical in organizations that want to perform at the highest level.

Join us on October 29, 2020, for the fourth annual Latinas Equal Pay Day Commemoration Project, a panel discussion featuring leading experts and tune into a special series of the podcast, Conversations for Equal Pay.
 

Moderator: Yai Vargas, Founder of The Latinista

Panelists: Olga Camargo, National Board Chair, Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) , Paloma Delgadillo, Vice President of Chapter Development at the Illinois Chapter of the National Organization for Women and Aixa Lopez, Strategic Planning & Operations Consultant

Sponorsed by Ingredion

In partnership with The LatinistaSpeak Truth and The Impact Alliance NFP.

Thanks to our allies LUPE and Illinois NOW.

October 2020
29
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Women of Color in the Workplace® Conversations for Equal Pay LIVE

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Conversations for Equal Pay Live features several part live recording series to commemorate the Equal Payday holidays. Each virtual taping will consist of conversations with women of color n in leadership in front of a live Zoom audience.

The recordings will be broadcasted for the second season of the podcast,
Conversations for Equal Pay.



Time: 11 AM - 12 PM Central ( 12 PM - 1 PM Eastern)
Cost: Free

  1. August 6th: A conversation with Raena Saddler, VP of People & Managing Director at Lean In at the Sheryl Sandberg & Dave Goldberg Family Foundation
  2. August 20th: A conversation with Teresa Younger, President, and CEO of Ms. Foundation for Women
  3. September 3rd: A conversation with Audra Wilson, Esq., President & CEO of Shriver Center on Poverty and Law
  4. September 17th: a conversation with Michelle, Glover, Chief Executive Officer of Journey Unlimited and Alexis White,  Chief Administration and Finance Officer for the City of Chicago-Office of the City Clerk
  5. October 1st: A conversation with Jackie Glass, Ambassador for the United State of Women and S. Mayumi "Umi" Grigsby, Chief of Policy and Advocacy for the Office of the City Clerk of Chicago
  6. October 8th: A conversation with Jocelyn Frye, Senior Fellow for the Center for American Progress
  7. October 15th: A conversation with C. Nicole Mason, CEO of IWPR 
  8. November 12th: TBA
  9. November 19th: TBA
  10. December 3rd: TBA


Programming Sponsors: Lean In of the Sheryl Sandberg and Dave Goldberg Foundation and Ingredion, Partners: National Organization for Women, United State of Women, Ms. Foundation for Women, IWPR, Conservation International, Center for American Progress, Shriver Center on Poverty and Law, The Latinista, Speak Truth, The Impact Alliance NFP, The Enriched Mind, Synergetic Virtual HR Consulting LLC, Office of the City Clerk, Anna M. Valencia, City of Chicago, Journey Unlimited, and Lean In Michigan.
(There may be a change in schedule in the near future.)

 
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"Cuz I Slay, I Deserve Equal Pay II": Native Women's Equal Pay Day Commemoration Project
LIVE ON ZOOM

October 1, 2020, is Native Women's Equal Pay Day. This date reflects the status of Native women's current earnings. Native women make just 547 cents in comparison to what a white non-Hispanic male makes. Aside from working the entire previous calendar year, October 1st represents how far into 2020, a Native woman must work to earn what a white non-Hispanic male made in the 2019 year alone. Gender and race equality and equity are critical in organizations that want to perform at the highest level The recording will be broadcasted for the podcast,
Conversations for Equal Pay.
Tune into a discussion featuring Patrice H. Kunesh.

Of Standing Rock Lakota descent, Patrice is a nationally recognized thought leader and advocate, well known for influencing, inspiring, and equipping cross-sector leaders to create inclusive economic systems and thriving societies, particularly with Native communities. She is the founder and director of Peȟíŋ Haha Consulting, a social enterprise committed to building more engaged and powerful Native communities by expanding assets, fostering social and human capital, strengthening capacity, and pursuing economic equity through research and advocacy.


Time: 6 :30 PM - 7:30  PM Central (7 PM - 8 PM Eastern)
Cost: Free

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