“Meritocracy: From Myth to Reality” explores and suggests a tension that exists in corporate and investment communities: we believe that we operate in a meritocracy, but the evidence increasingly suggests that we do not. Sonya Kunkel, Chief Diversity Officer & VP, Talent Strategies, BMO Financial Group spoke with Sarah Kaplan about this.
Krawcheck offers a new kind of career playbook for a new era of feminism. | Jan 2017
Part of an exciting multi-session online series, Safiya Umoja Noble offers and in depth revealing look at how negative biases against women of colour are embedded in search engine results and algorithms . | May 19, 2021
Part of an exciting multi-session online series, this panel invites industry leaders to discuss emerging career opportunities in this new field as well as how organizations are using gender analysis to drive business performance, execute inclusive design, and interpret insights. | May 20, 2021
In conversation with Colleen Ammerman and Boris Groysberg as they discuss why we haven't made more progress in tackling the gender pay gap and what accounts for this persistent gap?| June 7, 2021
Together, Dr. Gunter and Dr. Kaplan will explore and debunk many of the myths and misogynist attitudes surrounding menopause, while uncovering the impact that misinformation and a lack of reliable research has on women’s health. | June 22, 2021
We screened the film "Equity" – about a female investment banker – and then held a Q&A with Carrie Blair, Executive Vice-President, Chief Human Resources and Communications Officer, Sun Life Financial and Investor in the film
We convened scholars to discuss the latest findings on gender & the economy, including keynote from Professor Julie Nelson, Univ. of Massachusetts, on "'Essential Natures'?: The Invention of Risk-Averse Women and Bottom-Line Companies," an idea blitz of work in progress & a scholarly debate on quotas.
Eve Ellis of Morgan Stanley and Angela Sun of Bloomberg L.P. discussed why gender is “material” to investors.
Andi Zeisler on marketplace feminism and what it means when social change becomes a brand identity.