Equal pay for women has been a long standing issue. Latinas have the largest gender wage gap and considering the huge economic power we have as a community this is disgruntling to say the list.
A little bit about our panelists for this episode:
Claudia Romo Edelman is a social entrepreneur, an inspiring data-driven speaker and a determined catalyst for positive change. A recognized speaker, media contributor, and advocate, Claudia is a leader for diversity, inclusion and equity, focused on unifying the U.S. Hispanic community and promoting sustainability and purpose-driven activities particularly within brands, tech and the creative industries.
With an extraordinary background with global organizations, including the United Nations, UNICEF and the World Economic Forum, she has collaborated and worked on humanitarian causes for 25 years with organizations such as (RED), the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Claudia is the Founder of the We Are All Human Foundation, a New York-based non-profit foundation, dedicated to advancing the agenda of diversity, inclusion, and equity through developing and hosting regional and local events, conducting research and developing research pieces/publications, creating content and corporate activation.
Pam Covarrubias is dynamically skilled as an Intuitive Brand Builder, Podcaster, Speaker, Certified Crystal Healer, and Recovering Procrastinator. She primarily spends her time elevating small businesses by helping them develop their brand in intuitive ways, while also staying true to their unique story. Throughout her diverse career, Pam learned the importance of branding and positioning in an ever-changing market. She utilizes her natural skills, as a highly intuitive and creative human and as a strategic marketer, to develop systems that help individuals accomplish their intentions.
She brilliantly blends creativity and practicality to help her clients achieve success. Pam’s mission is to Spread Ideas, Move People. As a creator, speaker, mentor, and visionary, she strives to bring products, support, insight, and accountability to those around her.
What you’ll learn about in today’s episode:
We discuss the impact from the movement towards equal pay amongst the big names
Potential first steps towards equal pay
Their thoughts as to why the gender wage gap got larger this year instead of shrinking
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