Welcome to IWL's Pay Equity Series!

Please enjoy the publicly available playback of past events put on through this series.  For more resources around these topics, go to the resource section.  For more information on our guest speakers, refer to the keynote speaker section.


Coming Fall 2021: Women and Money

save the date flyerIWL is happy to announce the next part of our Pay Equity Series: Women and Money!  Announcements on keynote speaker, event, and date details will be shared on our events page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Playback from Past Events

Paycheck Fairness & Equity Audits

February 16, 2021 | 1:00 p.m. (Central)

For direct access to the playback video in YouTube, click HERE!

Jocelyn Frye

Jocelyn Frye

Senior fellow at the Center for American Progress

 

Kelly Ritchie

Kelly Ritchie

Senior vice president of employee services at Lands‘ End

 


The Impact of Subminimum Wage

March 16, 2021 | 1:00 p.m. (Central)

For direct access to the playback video in YouTube, click HERE!

Saru Jayaraman

Saru Jayaraman

President of One Fair Wage and Director of the Food Labor Research Center at University of California Berkeley

Ryan Clancy


Ryan Clancy

Founder and Organizer of the Progressive Restaurants and Activists of Wisconsin Network (PRAWN) 


Paid Family & Medical Leave

SPEAKER UPDATE:

Due to conflicts in relation to her new White House appointment as deputy assistant to the President and Asian American and Pacific Islander Senior Liaison, Erika Moritsugu will be unable to speak at this event.

Tuesday, April 20 | 1:00 p.m. (Central)

For direct access to the playback video in YouTube, click HERE!

Dr. Jessica Mason

Dr. Jessica Mason

Senior policy analyst for the National Partnership for Women and Families; Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Janet Lucas-TaylorJanet Lucas-Taylor

Senior Director of Employee Benefits for Northwestern Mutual

 

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Pay Equity Resources

For those interested in researching more on this topic, we recommend the following resources. 

Pay Equity Toolkit:  

provided by Vermont Works for Women. To view the toolkit in its original sourcing, click here.

Equity Calculator

Additional Resources on Paycheck Fairness & Equity Audits:

Additional Resources on Subminimum Wage:

Additional Resources on Paid Family & Medical Leave

Additional Workplace Equity Resources  

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About our Keynote Speakers 

Jocelyn Frye

Jocelyn Frye

Paycheck Fairness and Equity Audits

Jocelyn Frye, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, will draw from her accomplished professional portfolio as a lawyer, advocate, and government servant to present on the importance of paycheck fairness and the need for equity audits to achieve real pay equity.

Kelly Ritchie

 

Kelly Ritchie

Paycheck Fairness and Equity Audits

Kelly Ritchie is the senior vice president of employee services at Lands‘ End, an organization committed to creating an inspiring culture that is welcoming, safe, and inclusive for all. Having devoted her career to creating a great place to work, Kelly Ritchie will share how conducting equity audits to help achieve paycheck fairness has elevated all involved.

Saru Jayaraman

Saru Jayaraman

The Impact of Subminimum Wage

This Pay Equity Series event will feature Saru Jayaraman, President of One Fair Wage and Director of the Food Labor Research Center at University of California Berkeley. Saru will draw from her visionary experience, supporting data, and more as she addresses subminimum wage and its role in the movement for pay equity. 

Ryan Clancy

Ryan Clancy

The Impact of Subminimum Wage

Ryan Clancy founded and organizes with the Progressive Restaurants and Activists of Wisconsin Network (PRAWN) where he advocates for transformation and equity in the service industry. He is an activist, a restauranteur, a board member on the Milwaukee Independent Restaurant Coalition (MIRC), and serves on the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors for the 4th District. 

Dr. Jessica Mason

Dr. Jessica Mason

Paid Family and Medical Leave

Dr. Mason is a senior policy analyst and engagement manager for workplace programs, will represent National Partnership for Women and Families and discuss the issues of paid family and medical leave. Mason oversees in-house research and data analysis, tracks developments in academic and other research, and develops advocacy resources related to the workplace and economic security agenda. She also helps find ways to engage with current and new allies in this work. Prior to her work at the National Partnership, she was an instructor in Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a researcher on economic justice and anti-corruption issues for the Center for Media and Democracy. She holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Janet Lucas-TaylorJanet Lucas-Taylor

Paid Family and Medical Leave

Janet Lucas-Taylor is the Senior Director of Employee Benefits for Northwestern Mutual, where she leads Employee Benefits Strategy and Implementation.  Prior to joining Northwestern Mutual Janet served as an Employee Benefits Consultant servicing large national employers in the areas of health care, wellness, and employee engagement and experience.  Janet is passionate about employee benefits and how intelligent benefit design can help employees receive value from their overall benefits plans and lead healthier lives. Janet lives in Mequon with her husband Stephen, daughter Petra and their dog Masha. 

 

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