Women are now the majority of the workforce for the first time in U.S. history. Most managers are now women, and three women will get a college degree this year for every two men who do the same.
It just makes sense that as women become more financially self-sufficient, they have more discretionary income to give back to organizations and non-profits that will improve their communities.
Currently, 63 percent of Edinboro University students are women. It is the perfect time for Edinboro University to press forward with the work of The Women’s Philanthropy Council.
Stay up-to-date with the latest exciting Women’s Philanthropy Council initiatives, read profiles of members and WPC scholarship recipients, check out the WPC’s upcoming events schedule and much more in the latest edition of the Council’s newsletter below.
Patricia Arquette isn't the first to make the point: Women's wages lag in most sectors (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
As Women Take Over a Male-Dominated Field, the Pay Drops (The New York Times)
Shapira will be 1st woman to chair universities board (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)