- Key drivers of gender economic inequity in our economy
- Solutions rooted in women’s wisdom and lived experience
- Opportunities for philanthropy to collaborate and align funding around key solutions
Mona Masri (Moderator), Asset Funders Network
Céline Apollon, Aspen Institute, Financial Security Program
Wendy Chun-Hoon, Department of Labor, Women’s Bureau
Dena L. Jackson, Texas Women’s Foundation
Josephine Kalipeni, Family Values at Work
Heather McCulloch, Aspen Institute, Financial Security Program
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AFN’s Why Care About Care?
Care FUND https://carefund.org
- Bearing the Cost: How Overrepresentation in Undervalued Jobs Disadvantaged Women During the Pandemic (dol.gov) – Unpacking the impact that “occupational segregation” has on women’s wages now and over a lifetime.
- Economic Issues for Women in Texas (txwfecoissues.org) 2022 Research
- Investing in the Care Economy Works: Learning from the American Rescue Plan (tcf.org) – the first paper in a series that the CARE Fund and TCF is doing on ARPA implementation
- LA County Women and Girls Initiative | Empowering Women and Girls in Los Angeles County
- Leveraging Federal Dollars to Create Good Jobs | U.S. Department of Labor Blog – a series of blogs DOL published about the unique opportunity in this moment to achieve equity in infrastructure-funded jobs.
- National Database of Childcare Prices | U.S. Department of Labor (dol.gov)
- The Gender Gap in Financial Health — Financial Health Network (finhealthnetwork.org)
- Unions can help women close the wage gap | The Hill
*The project’s use of the term “women” is inclusive of cis-, transgender and non-binary people and includes LGBTQIA+ folk; and the term “working women” includes women who are providing care for family members or others without compensation.