Native Women’s Equal Pay Day marks the day when Native American women will have earned the same amount that white men earned for the same work. Please join AnitaB.org and other supporters to raise awareness of this issue and to stand against pay inequity and discrimination.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released its intention to roll back Obama era efforts that would require large companies to submit pay data for job categories disaggregated by race, ethnicity, and sex. Read the statement from Vice President of Policy and Engagement at AnitaB.org, Stephanie Rodriguez, Ph.D.
In 2018, AnitaB.org made a commitment to intentionally expand our efforts to engage women of color. Now, Amazon joins IBM in funding women from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) to attend our 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC). We challenge other companies to match their donations to support MSI women technologists’ attendance at GHC and commit a representative to an on-site GHC conversation of strategies to further band together in support for women of color.
AnitaB.org is proud to announce that we have fully staffed our Executive Team. Our new leaders will bring their skills and expertise to help us reach our ambitious goal of 50/50 intersectional tech equity by 2025. “The unique backgrounds and combined experience these eleven individuals bring is remarkable," Brenda Darden Wilkerson, President and CEO of AnitaB.org, said of our Executive Team. Learn more about our team and goals here.
On August 22, AnitaB.org and many other allied organizations will drive awareness to Black Women’s Equal Pay Day — the point in the year at which a black woman working full time in the U.S. has earned the equivalent of her white, male counterpart in 2018 for the same work. Learn why it matters and how you can help!