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Women of Color in the Workplace® Report 2021

Navigating the workplace is complex. For women of color, it is far more complicated. First, they have to overcome politics in the workplace. What you know will take you far. However, who you know can take you where you want to go. In addition, women of color must develop immunity towards the biases, discrimination, and microaggressions that accompany being both a woman and a person of color. These are issues faced by many who find themselves at the intersection of identities, whether they are gender, race, sexual orientation, or disability. This concept is known as ‘Intersectionality.’ Women of color face an emotional tax.


Thwarting their advancement can have a detrimental impact on their well-being and eventually result in them leaving their workplaces. Those that go through discrimination are more likely to opt-out of their jobs. Bias and discrimination are incredibly harmful to those experiencing it and to companies alike, who risk losing talented employees that can bring value to the firm. Read the report and learn what you can do to make a difference for women of color in the workplace. 

Leadership Training: How Companies Can Close the Gender & Race Pay Gap

March 23 & April 6

Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EST

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Be an award-winning boss and create inclusivity on your teams.

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Allyship Training: How to Overcome Gender & Racial Biases in our Workplaces

April 20, 2022

Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EST

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According to the 2021 Status of Women of Color in the Workplace report, more than 50% of women of color felt undervalued at work and plan to opt-out of their current workplaces. Yet experts say when women of color are supported at work, they feel more confident and included. 

In this workshop, allies can learn best practices and how they benefit when they support women of color at work.

Join a local p-squad

P-squads are groups where like-minded professionals come together for education, empowerment and enjoyment. Find one near you by clicking below.

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Support Young Women and Girls in the Workplace.

Because we want women to be in the driver's seat of their future, we are raising funds for a program to train 100 young women and girls on how to succeed in the workplace. 

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Strategies of Survival


Browse the Strategies of Survival (SOS) Education Library.  Grab leadership tips and learn strategies to go further. 

Ways We Transform the Workplace

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Resources for WOC & Allies

Self-advocacy is an essential pillar to closing the gap between employees and their workplaces. We work to inform and encourage women of color and allies to use their voices at work. Through education and training, women of color learn strategies to get ahead. Visit the SOS library or RSVP for an up-and-coming discussion.

Tools for Companies

WOCITW helps companies further their diversity, equity inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) mission in three ways. We provide easy-to-download resources so companies can host in-house training. Companies can also participate in any one of the up-and-coming community workshops and discussions. Or hire a facilitator for an up-and-coming workshop.

Take The Pledge

The gender pay gap has not changed much over the years. Every year it persists. According to IWPR, the pay gap between men and women is not expected to close until 2059. Black women will wait until 2130, and Hispanic women will have to wait until 2224 for equal pay. We can’t afford to wait 200 years. Companies can do their part.

Get Alerts on Women of Color Facing Disabilities in the Workplace

Many people who are living with a disability may be unaware that they have one. Nearly 20 percent of women of color suffer from some form of disability in the United States. Adults living with disabilities are more likely to suffer from inadequate educational attainment, insufficient employment and poverty. Learn more by following our upd

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