Women own only about 32 cents for every dollar of wealth owned by men. In 2022, women’s median weekly earnings were 82.3% that of men. The wage gap is even larger for Black women who are paid 63 cents for every dollar paid to white, non-Hispanic men. What’s more, women spend nearly twice as much time on unpaid care and domestic work as men.
Persistent pay gaps and unequal caregiving responsibilities lead to lower lifetime earnings, limited wealth, and financial insecurity for women, which are even more pronounced for Black and Latina women. These disparities perpetuate cycles of poverty, discrimination, and hinder women’s economic opportunities and wealth-building potential.
The Lean Impact for Scale Training Program helps organizations tackling this issue build their scaling strategies and iteratively develop or refine interventions for scale.
We carefully select participants for each cohort so that our scale experts can spend time with you in 1:1 personalized coaching. Over the course of 10 weeks, you’ll learn in a cohort alongside other ambitious senior leaders, and receive fully-funded support to:
- Define your scale strategy, identifying viable partners and payers
- Learn how to de-risk uncertainties by testing with your community, partners and payers
- Use data driven insights to improve your strategy
- Develop a roadmap for continuous testing and improvement