8th Annual Effective Practices Conference
Thursday, December 8, 2022 (9:30 AM - 11:00 AM) (EST)
Connections Between Boston's Wage Gap and Wealth Gap: What this means for employees.
Join us on December 8, 2022, 9:30-11:00 AM EST for a conversation on how gender and racial wage gaps are a primary driver of wealth disparities, affecting the ability to save for a home, retirement and/or education. We will discuss what we, as employers, can do about it.
Breakfast and networking for in-person attendees will begin at 9:00 AM EST.
*Please note this event is open to any employee from a 100% Talent Compact Signer employer. If you are a prospective signer and would like to learn more, please email email@example.com.
We are excited to announce that Dr. M Lee Pelton will give the keynote address at this year's Effective Practices Conference. Dr. Pelton is the CEO and President of The Boston Foundation,100% Talent Compact Signer, one of the nation's leading philanthropic organizations. He will share how the organization's new strategic vision places equity at the core of its work to directly confront the challenges that lead to wage and wealth inequities.
Meet the Panelists
A panel will follow the keynote exploring how employers can take action today to close the wage gap and, in turn, reduce the wealth gap. We will also highlight key findings from the World Economic Forum’s Global Wealth Equity Report.
The panelists include:
•Manjit Basi, Senior Director, Integrated & Global Solutions, WTW; Contributor, World Economic Forum’s Global Wealth Equity Report
•Cathy Minehan, Co-Chair, Boston Women’s Workforce Council (moderator)
•Dr. M Lee Pelton, CEO and President, The Boston Foundation
The BWWC works to eliminate the gender and racial wage gaps in Greater Boston and make Boston the best place in the country for working women.