The GenderWorks Blog

Shifts in Mindset Characterize Male Ally Journey: New Video Series

In our work with men, we observe shifts in their thinking and perspective as they become engaged in diversity work and learn about gender-related issues that many women confront in the workplace. We’re excited to kick off a series of short videos highlighting important mindset shifts that characterize men’s journeys.

Shifts in Mindset Characterize Male Ally Journey: Mindset Shift Two

Last week we launched GenderWorks’ video series on Mindset Shifts for Men along their male ally journeys. The 1st mindset shift we featured highlighted men moving FROM seeing individual stories of women confronting gender-related challenges as isolated incidents TO seeing the systemic nature of workplace inequality for women.

Election Day 2020 and the Beacon of Female Power

It’s Election Day 2020! Four years ago we – like so many – were electrified by the prospect of electing the U.S.’s first woman president! We are similarly thrilled about Kamala Harris becoming the first female, and women of color, Vice President in U.S. history. Like Secretary Clinton, Senator Harris comes armed with leadership chops, incredible experience and many firsts under her belt.

What Can Men Learn from President-Elect Biden’s Male Ally Experience?

November 7, 2020 will forever more be a historic day in the United States of America with Senator Kamala Harris being elected as the first bi-racial woman (the first woman period) Vice President. GenderWorks could not be more elated about this equality milestone! Kamala’s story represents the American dream at its best, making possible, what to that point felt unreachable. A bi-racial woman, with immigrant parents and raised primarily by a single mother, ascends to among the most powerful leadership positions across the world. This historic milestone is also Biden’s story.