This Women’s History Month event will feature a brief presentation and panel to provide an intersectional look at how the COVID-19 pandemic has had disproportionate impacts on women in the workforce. From their roles as caregivers to frontline workers, women’s career trajectory and overall well-being have been negatively impacted in ways we may not fully understand for some time. There will be intentional focus on both the real impacts that society’s oppressive structures have created while also honoring the brilliance and resilience of women. There will be time for audience Q&A.
We welcome as our introductory presenter, Keri Koehler, the Executive Director of Women’s Foundation of Greater Saint Louis.
Our other wonderful panelists include:
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