Tue, Feb 22|
BWWC 2021 Gender and Race Wage Gap Report
Time & Location
Feb 22, 2022, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
About the Event
Join us for our annual business meeting and a discussion with the Boston Women's Workforce Council's Kim Borman.
During the business portion we will review our NECC finances, share some exciting news about our relationship with WorldatWork, introduce our officers and Board of Directors including 2 new members.
Closing Greater Boston’s Gender and Racial Wage Gaps - Lessons from the 2021 Wage Gap Measurement
Without accurately measuring and understanding the gender and racial wage gap we cannot make progress. Kim Borman, Executive Director of the Boston Women’s Workforce Council (BWWC), will give an overview of their 2021 Wage Gap Measurement findings. You will learn about the BWWC and the work being done in the private and public sector employers to narrow the wage gap in Greater Boston. We will then discuss what steps you can take to help narrow the wage gap.
Our guest speaker, Kim Borman, is the Executive Director of the BWWC. Kim brings over 25 years of expertise in private sector management, marketing and operations and a wide variety of experience in building and sustaining nonprofit organizations. She has held senior executive positions at a variety of top Boston advertising agencies as well as owned and managed her own agency, Avenue Brand, in Boston’s South End for several years. Throughout her career, Kim has been committed to equal pay for equal work and has the battle scars to prove it. Kim also has many years of nonprofit engagement at organizations like Planned Parenthood, The Social Innovation Forum and The Rian Immigrant Center, where she currently sits as Vice President on the Board of Directors. A graduate of Brown University and the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern, Kim recently earned her Master of Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School.
A copy of the BWWC's report is posted on our webpage abd can be accessed by clicking the following: