Claire Sulmers (Founder of @FashionBombDaily 1.3 Million Followers)
Women with full-time jobs still earn only about 77 % of their male counterparts’ earnings.
In the U.S. if the earnings gap is not corrected, according to U.S. Census data, by the age of 65 years, the
average working woman would have lost more than $430,000 over her working lifetime.
To put another way, the typical woman needs to work 11 years longer than
a man to achieve accumulated income parity.
While 65 per cent of men report having an account at a formal financial institution, only 58 per cent of
women do worldwide.
Interview With Nisa
Nisa Amoils (Venture Capitalist and Author of W.T.F. is Happening?: Women Tech Founders on the Rise)
Women currently hold 25 (5.0%) of CEO positions at those S&P 500 companies.
As of May 1, 2019, there have only been 74 individual women in Fortune 500 CEO roles in total.
Interview With Paulina
Paulina Karpis (Founder of Brunchworks)
Pro Choice and Birth Control
Rape and Violence