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Vanderbilt University: Women in the Workforce and COVID-19

Join A Better Balance Vice President Elizabeth Gedmark for a conversation about the pandemic's impact on working women, hosted by Vanderbilt University's Margaret Cuninggim Women's Center.
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On Monday, March 29th at 12:00 PM CT, A Better Balance Vice President Elizabeth Gedmark will lead a virtual discussion about the issues currently being faced by women in the workforce as part of Vanderbilt University’s Women’s History Month celebration.

The COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on many previously existing inequities and barriers to women’s equality in the workplace, particularly for women of color with caregiving responsibilities. Women in the Workforce and COVID-19: Where Do We Go From Here? will explore these issues, as well as offer solutions to overcome the setbacks to women’s participation in the workforce as a result of the pandemic. Lacee Satcher, a Vanderbilt Ph.D. candidate in sociology, will join Gedmark for a conversation following her presentation.

Register here for this event.

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