Why Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap Needs to Focus on Women of Color

February 11. 2021

On Thursday, February 11, 2021, our Executive Director, Noreen Farrell, spoke during the opening session of the Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap National Meeting: Galvanizing Action for Gender Equity. The keynote panel was moderated by Heather McCulloch of Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap, and titled “A Conversation with CWWG Founding Partners.” Noreen spoke alongside Mariko Chang-Pyle, Author and Elena Chávez Quezada, Vice President of Programs at the San Francisco Foundation.

Throughout the panel, Noreen and her fellow panelists shared key ideas and reflections around CWWG’s mission to eradicate the wealth gap for women. Included below are solution-focused highlights from Noreen:  

Noreen highlighted how CWWG and Equal Rights Advocates is committed to uplifting women, especially women of color, in the fight for systemic change. To learn more about our legislative priorities, visit strongercalifornia.com and take a look at our recommendations for the First 100 Days of the Biden-Harris Administration.

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