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Equitable Recovery: Transforming Business Beyond COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated deep-rooted inequities in business practices that disempower the most vulnerable workers and business owners in our communities. As organizations prepare for a post-pandemic world, we need to challenge all sectors to not go back to business as usual. Join AAUW and the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business for a fireside chat and Q&A on how we can achieve a post-pandemic future where women and people of color in the workforce not only survive but thrive by transforming internal practices to center equity and inclusion.

This webinar was made possible through the generous support of the Berkeley Haas School of Business

May 17, 2021 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Kimberly Churches
Kimberly Churches is the chief executive officer of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), a leading voice in advancing equity for women and girls through research, advocacy and education.
Genevieve Macfarlane Smith
Associate Director @Berkeley Haas Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership
As the Associate Director at the Berkeley Haas Center for Equity, Gender & Leadership Genevieve directs and executes on strategy to advance equity and inclusion in industry, while also fostering "equity fluency" as a key leadership skill for future business leaders. For over a decade, Genevieve has conducted research and advised Fortune 500 companies on gender equity and women’s economic empowerment. Prior to working at Haas, Genevieve worked for the International Center for Research on Women where she conducted research on women's economic empowerment, and advised Fortune 500 companies and financial institutions on strategies, policies and initiatives related to gender equity. Genevieve also previously worked with the UN High-level Panel on Women's Economic Empowerment and the UN Foundation’s Clean Cooking Alliance. She is the President of the Board of the educational nonprofit, Visionaria Network, dedicated to enabling youth to be social innovators in their own lives and communities