KJK’s Partner Rob S. Gilmore will be presenting at “A Woman’s Cost to Live, Work, and Learn: How parental leave, the gender pay gap and rising tuition are shaping the career paths of women” hosted by John Carroll University’s Women’s Mentoring and Networking group.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Market Garden Brewery
1947 W 25th St, Cleveland, OH 44113
$15.00/person, price includes appetizers and one drink ticket.
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5-6 p.m. – Registration and Networking
6-7 p.m. – Speaker Presentation
7-7:30 p.m. – Event Wrap Up
The number of women making up the labor force continues to rise. However, women are not always equally compensated for the doing the same work as men. With college tuition ever increasing and more professionals desiring to work from home, women are facing unique challenges in work-life balance. As election season approaches, these challenges will be brought to the attention of the American people.
By way of this discussion, our hope is to arm attendees with the insight needed to guide their understanding of the variables that affect a woman’s cost to live, work, and learn.
Robert Gilmore, Partner, KJK
Katie Gallagher ’03, Mayor, City of Brooklyn
Margie Glick, Fellow at Higher Education Compact of Greater Cleveland