Women still only earn 77.9 cents on the dollar, but in the past few years, there’s been a much more concerted push to address the gender wage and opportunity gaps.
There’s still an elephant in the room, however, says Capitol Hill businesswoman Sage Ke’alohilani Quiamno.
The pay and opportunity gap for women of color remains the obvious but unaddressed truth. On average, women of color experience a much higher wage deficit than white women.
“Women of color are on the bottom of the totem pole,” Quiamno says. Continue reading