Long-term effects of media on Generations Y and Z; Preparing girls for leadership

[Infographic Monday]

Today, I want to share a few resources to get us percolating about the work week ahead, and more importantly about the upcoming Women and Girls Advocacy Day at the Oklahoma Capitol April 4.

Did you know that even though women outnumber men in this country by 51 percent, only 15 percent comprise the U.S. Senate? Less than 17 percent make up the U.S. House of Representatives and less than 2.5 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs are women. Also,women are earning 81 percent of what men earn in America.

MissRepresentation.org is doing what it can to help empower Gen Y, Generation Z and future generations of girls and women for leadership. Below is a video they produced and an infographic for their current Cause and Effect campaign.

More Recent Infographics About Women

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  1. says

    Not that this post isn’t very good, but I am so glad I read to the very end so that I could get that fabulous infographic on bad bosses – it made my day!

  2. says

    Such a great leader YOU are, Jen!  I DO strive, as a boomer and pretty cool ol’ lady, to be a good role model for all younger females, the GenXers and GenYers!  My own age peers and those half a generation older think I am totallly nuts, you understand–but they always have!

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