Closing The Gender Wealth Gap: Saving the Early Childhood Education Sector – Oct 14
Posted by Women's Way on October 13, 2020
Did you know?
- In 2016 alone, an estimated 2 million parents made career sacrifices due to problems with child care.
- In a 2018 survey conducted by the Center for American Progress, mothers were 40 percent more likely than fathers to report that they had personally felt the negative impact of child care issues on their careers.
Register today to join WOMEN’S WAY for the “Closing The Gender Wealth Gap: Saving the ECE Sector,” a powerful panel discussion addressing the urgent needs of the early childhood education sector and the drivers of the gender wealth gap on October 14 from 4-5PM EST. Featuring Carol Austin, Executive Director of First Up, Shannon Ruddisil, Executive Director of Early Childhood Funders Collaborative, and Sophia Ezomoghene, a Early Childhood Literacy Specialist for the Free Library of Philadelphia, these leaders will come together for a timely discussion about the gender wealth gap.
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