Perspectives from AnitaB.org

April 13, 2020: Important COVID-19 Update from Brenda Darden Wilkerson, President and CEO

Check out our news series hosted by Brenda Wilkerson Darden, which brings together tech company leaders to discuss COVID-19 related challenges. Register now! Hello Friends, Hoping this letter finds you and your family well and safe. Together we are facing an unprecedented crisis that is affecting all of our community, our families, and our way…

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COVID-19 Update: A Message from Brenda Darden Wilkerson, President and CEO

Check out our news series hosted by Brenda Wilkerson Darden, which brings together tech company leaders to discuss COVID-19 related challenges. Register now!   We’re living through challenging times. COVID-19 has changed the world as we know it, and its impact on our work lives is not like anything we’ve encountered before. In this current…

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Donate Today to AnitaB.org/365 Programs Advancing Women in Technology

We’re living through challenging times. COVID-19 has changed the world as we know it. Your ongoing support is crucial to our ability to re-imagine and deliver impactful resources. We do not take our role lightly and feel honored to be your trusted ally – serving as connector between technology innovators and educators, and women in…

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Help AnitaB.org Launch New Programs for Women Technologists in 2020

At AnitaB.org, we are dedicated to supporting women in tech and providing them with the resources they need to thrive in their careers. Our goal is to reach 50/50 intersectional tech equity by 2025 and to close the persistent pay gap that exists for women and underrepresented minorities. In order to reach this vital benchmark,…

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Changing Policies is Key to Reaching Tech Equity

Intersectional tech equity cannot happen unless leaders focus on improving policies to protect the rights of their workers. Unfortunately, decisions such as the announcement that the EEOC would no longer collect pay data threaten any progress made in closing the pay gap. That is why we at AnitaB.org are asking tech companies to join us…

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Native Women’s Equal Pay Day

September 23, Native Women’s Equal Pay Day, marks the day on the 2019 calendar when Native American women will have earned the same amount that white men earned at the end of 2018 for the same work.   Native women are, on average, paid 58 cents to every dollar of their white, male counterparts. Not only does the wage gap for Native women exist across occupations, it actually…

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