The CEO of a software platform and app that tracks pay equity across race and sex will hold an inaugural conference to empower Black women professionals poised for growth.
Ajani’s conference is supported by the GET Cities initiative, which advocates for more women in the tech sector. GET Cities’ D.C. manager, Christina L. Glancy, said she was “proudly partnering” with Ajani’s company.
“As we proudly partner with Fem Equity on the BLK Women Equal Pay Day Conference, we aim to bridge the gap and empower Black and brown women in their careers and their journey towards success in the tech industry and beyond.”
We’re excited to share our partnership with Fem Equity for the BLK Women Equal Pay Day Conference! This event will provide information for Black women/WOC who are ready to scale their careers!
The Fem Equity CEO explained the importance of having a space like a conference, saying, “BLK Women Equal Pay Day Conference is a space where Black and brown women have a seat at the table and are encouraged to speak up and gain the resources needed to soar because I know we are limitless and we need more spaces to showcase that,” Technical.ly reported.
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Source: Black Enterprise