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Tuesday, March 08, 2016

The Glass Ceiling and Creating Inclusive Workplaces

06:00 PM - 09:00 PM Central Standard Time



The WTS Glass Ceiling Committee invites you to celebrate International Women’s Day at the City Club in downtown San Francisco where we will be releasing the third installment of our longitudinal “Glass Ceiling” study initiated in 2010. Make sure the evening is on your calendar for we will not only share key findings from the most recent study but have planned a delightful opportunity to hear from Alison Dahl Crossley, Associate Director of Stanford's Clayman Institute for Gender Research.

 

The Glass Ceiling and Creating Inclusive Workplaces

Our Celebration of International Women’s Day

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As has been well documented Corporate America has a “leaky” talent pipeline: At each transition up the management ranks, more women are left behind… close to 2/3 are in staff jobs that rarely lead to a CEO job.” 

The WTS Glass Ceiling Committee is following up on our premier study benchmarking leadership roles of women in the Bay Area transportation and identifying whether the glass ceiling is a barrier. The biennial reports track the progress and status of women and identifies potential policies or programs to support the recruitment, retention, and advancement of women in transportation.  The third installment is being released on International Women’s Day 2016 with interesting results.

 

The WTS Glass Ceiling Committee invites you to celebrate International Women’s Day at the City Club in downtown San Francisco where we will be releasing the third installment of our longitudinal “Glass Ceiling” study initiated in 2010. Make sure the evening  is on your calendar for we will not only share key findings from the most recent study but have planned a delightful opportunity to hear from Alison Dahl Crossley, Associate Director of Stanford's Clayman Institute for Gender Research.

 

Ms. Dahl’s areas of research and teaching include gender, social movements, culture, digital media, and research methods. She has written about online feminism, the continuity of the feminist movement, and emerging forms of political contestation.  Don’t miss this WTS Glass Ceiling event where this inspiring scholar will cover inclusive workplaces and strategies that harness the full potential of workplaces by reducing gender biases that undermine women’s achievement and limit advancement.  

DATE:  March 8th, 2016  

WHEN:  6 – 9 PM

WHERE:   City Club San Francisco - 155 Sansome St, San Francisco, CA 94104

COST:$60 members   $80 non-members    $50 students/unemployed

FOOD: Dinner will be served

RSVP:  Please RSVP by March 4 via EventBrite.

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