Please join us for a town hall where we’ll share stories about money: how it’s tied to our identity and self-worth, why it’s taboo to talk about it, and ways women can be more supportive of one another as we move up in our careers.
60% today’s college graduates are women but less than 24% of us make it past middle management. Only 4% become CEOs for Fortune 500 companies. Black female entrepreneurs generate $44 billion a year in revenue. 2% receive VC funding. If you look at the decision makers in every industry, it’s nowhere close to parity. We need to change this.
Money is power. Money is value. Money makes the world go round. Let’s talk about it.
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The organizing committee
Ladies Get Paid started in New York; this town hall is our kick off event in San Francisco. Here are the women who have helped organize it:
Thank you to our host
Hats off to our friends at Galvanize, a co-working space that offers classes for coders and data scientist. Their mission is to make education and growth accessible to anyone – especially underrepresented groups in the tech industry.
Women only, no refunds.