Women Business Collaborative Summit 2021: Empowering Through Gender Equity & Diversity
September 21, 2021 3:00 pm EDT — September 22, 2021 6:00 pm EDT
Supporter price: $295.00
Regular price: $295.00
September 21, 2021 3:00 pm EDT — September 22, 2021 6:00 pm EDTSupporter price: $295.00 Regular price: $295.00
The third Annual Women Business Collaborative (WBC) Summit is scheduled to take place virtually September 21st and 22nd, 2021 with this year’s special theme of “Empowering Through Gender Equity and Diversity.” Join us for a day and a half of engaging panels and speakers discussing how best to create equal position, pay and power for all business women. Join experts and thought leaders as we highlight the key areas and actors advancing diversity, equity and inclusion across industries. The Summit will recognize two key groups: those CEOs leading the charge to advance diversity and Trailblazers whose leadership and innovation have created new pathways to change for their communities and beyond.
Don’t miss Catalyst’s CEO, Lorraine Hariton and Expert, Marie Konstance on September 21st in the following sessions.
Sep 21 4:40PM–5:30PM EDT
The Changing Face of Leadership: Women CEOs and the C-Suite
Lorraine Hariton, President & CEO Catalyst; Kimber Maderazzo, Chairman of the Board, Committee of 200; Dara Klein, Managing Director, Kaplan Partners; Subha Barry, CEO, Seramount; Moderator: Jane Hanson, Contributor Forbes, CEO/Founder HHH Productions LLC
Sep 21 5:00PM–5:40PM EDT
People, Pay, and Power: Why Measuring Pay Equity Matters
This breakout session from the Women Business Collaborative Summit 2021, will be an engaging conversation on pay equity and other measures of equity important to retaining talent in this hot market, reducing risks, and improving business profits and culture. Join us to hear the latest trends, best practices, and lessons learned when companies measure and act on pay data and show a commitment to building an equitable workforce. Panelists will include Marie Konstance, Project Lead for the Gender and Diversity KPI Alliance, Noreen Farrell the Executive Director of Equal Rights Advocates, a legal non-profit advocating for women and girls at work and school, and Stephanie Gore, a Transformation Director with KPMG who will give us a case study in driving change through measurement.