In this session, Gwen Young, COO of WBC, met with our newest host, Linda Peek Schacht, on January 13th at 12pm EST Gwen introduced Linda as she joins the LinkedIn Live series to host two sessions per month. In addition, Gwen and Linda gave an overview of what to expect for this series over the …
Women In the Pipeline
Women Business Collaborative (WBC) has established itself as the leading collaborative and high-growth movement committed to achieving equal position, pay and power for all women in business. Founded in 2019, the nonprofit alliance of business organizations and leaders has grown to include more than 60+ women’s organizations, 40 corporate sponsors and 400+ Council Champions
Gwen Young, WBC COO, and Edie Fraser, WBC CEO, hosted the final #WBCFasterTogether session of 2021 on December 16th, 2021! Gwen and Edie summarized the progress and achievements of the WBC from the past year, while previewing what’s to come in 2022 for the women’s business movement. Watch the recording on LinkedIn or below on …
WASHINGTON, Sept. 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Women Business Collaborative (WBC) – the fastest growing alliance of top business organizations driving impact to create equality for women in business — will convene more than 3,000 participants, including CEOs, thought leaders and the workforce-at-large, at its third Annual Summit “Empowering Through Gender Equity and Diversity,” taking place virtually, September 21-22, 2021.
The Resources for Parity Guide compiles resources from 5+ organizations on diversity training, executive leadership development, mentorship, and more!
Mim Senft GBA AAI CWWS talks about the obstacles for women in obtaining leadership roles and gender pay parity.
Whether your goal is to promote women into the C-Suite, a woman as your company’s next CEO, to diversify your board of directors, or to help women into their first leadership job – your goals cannot be achieved if you don’t accelerate female talent, especially women of color, from the start of their career and through the leadership pipeline.
Healthcare leader and board of directors member of Reliant Bank, Connie McGee, reflects on the impact COVID has had on women in the workforce and how our movement can collaborate to overcome the first “female recession.”
WBC provides an issue brief on the importance of pipeline promotion: developing mentors, sponsors, and networks as a crucial strategy for women at all career stages, despite women being less likely to receive the mentorship and sponsorship necessary to propel them to leader and executive positions .