Women must be made visible to economists, businesses, and industries to demonstrate how important they are to growth.
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Multiple companies bring many useful pieces to the puzzle of women's economic empowerment. As my new report about the GBCforWEE explains, working at a global scale, across sectors, will build women's inclusion into the world economy in a sustainable way.
An op-ed appearing in the New York Times yesterday trashed the women's economic empowerment movement, but appears to be completely uninformed.
Six months later, the Women's March has clearly had a big effect in America. But we must remember that our predicament affects women everywhere. This is not a local fight.
We have learned to understand the force of an earthquake, though it always hits the ground differently. We need to understand women's economics the same way.
The Trumpbusters appeared at the SFO Tax March, selling pussyhats made especially for Planned Parenthood. They were a big hit and raised $1200.