Join us for a roundtable discussion on the gender pay gap in tech, the underlying factors that prevent pay equality from being achieved, and the pathways to creating workable solutions.
The technology industry drives innovation, fueling a large portion of the world economy, yet still comes under fire for underrepresentation of women and pay discrepancies between men and women.Despite efforts to change the status quo, current research shows persistent gender pay gaps. In part, the gap can be attributed to bias in the workplace that can affect a range of workplace practices, such as hiring, performance management, access to leadership and more. Further, occupational segregation by gender can limit pathways to professional growth and higher paying fields. This roundtable event invites leaders of business and academia to discuss economic and academic data substantiating the gender pay gap, and explore initiatives and ideas to narrow and eliminate the gender pay gap in tech.
Richard W. Weiland Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Student Affairs in the School of Engineering, Stanford University
Faculty Director, Center for Women's Leadership, Clayman Institute for Gender Research
Professor of Sociology and, by courtesy, Organizational Behavior at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
CEO and Co-founder, Glassdoor
Executive Vice President, Global Employee Success, Salesforce
The Burton J and DeeDee McMurtry University Fellow in Undergraduate Education and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
Lori Nishiura Mackenzie
Executive Director, Center for Women's Leadership, Clayman Institute for Gender Research