Female professionals face many challenges in the workplace, which came acutely into focus when COVID-19 struck. From compensation to social and cultural effects, the issues are systemic, compounding, and are suppressing wealth building for women. These factors are affecting mothers and minorities in particular.
Credit unions have always been committed to promoting economic mobility through financially inclusive practices. The choices made in supporting employees today will directly affect long-term sustainability.
Join us for the next Signature Speaker Series, where our panelists will take a look at the state of women in the workforce, and provide insight on how credit unions can help minimize the inequality gap.
Our panelists for this session are:
• Sarah Cooke, Principal at Cooke Consulting Solutions
• Rene Sattiewhite, President and CEO of the African - American Credit Union Coalition (AACUC)
• Alison Carr, Chief Strategy Officer for Your Credit Union Partner
In this session, you will learn
• Trends affecting female professionals and volunteers
• How COVID amplified obstacles for women in the workplace
• What you can do about inequities today
• How organizations can reinvent the workplace to better support women
• How to overcome resource constraints to effect workplace change