Upcoming Event
Started On: 5:30 p.m. 05:30 PM 25. E, Pearson Street, Chicago, IL 60611

Speak Truth and The Impact Alliance NFP are teaming up with United State of Women to engage in a discussion about the pay inequity women still face in the United States.

To explore  the various factors and dynamics impacting this battle for equity, we will engage in a 4-part series.

Part 1: Achieving Pay Equity in Our Own Lives
Part 2: An Intersectional Look at Pay Inequity Among Women
Part 3: This Is What an Ally Looks Like – The Roles and Responsibilities of Men in the Battle for Pay Equity
Part 4:  How To Move the Needle Via Civic Engagement – Legal, Legislative, and Regulatory Developments

Join us for Part 1 on January 24, 2020, at Loyola University Chicago School of Law at 5:30 p.m.  where we will engage in an exploration of how women can advocate for themselves in the space of compensation during the hiring process and promotion/evaluation mechanisms. Attendees will walk away with tactics and tools to negotiate compensation in their own professional lives through a dynamic panel discussion and interactive exercises. The panelists  represent both the public and private sector and different industries. The event will be followed by an opportunity to network with the panelists and other attendees. Light refreshments will be served.

We would like to thank the wonderful leadership at Loyola University Chicago School of Law for their generous hosting of this crucial event.

For more information about this event, please contact Carla at carla.ambassador@unitedstateofwomen.org. If you are a Loyola student, faculty or staff member, please RSVP by emailing info@speaktruthsummit.com.

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