Pipeline is a Denver-based startup that increases financial performance through closing the gender equity gap. Pipeline’s proprietary SaaS platform uses AI to assess, address and action against the gender biases costing the U.S. alone $2 trillion each year. This issue is not just about good sense, this is about dollars. Big dollars that turn heads to create social change.
Changing the narrative around gender equity is the first step to improving an organization’s business outcomes, and it also better serves the individual, the household, and increases the economic pie for everyone. Diversity and inclusion have long been a priority for many C-suites across markets, categories and company size; it is a complex issue with innumerable data points difficult to understand and apply for good.
“Few debate whether gender equity is an issue, but most agree it’s an opportunity,” said Katica Roy, CEO and founder of Pipeline. “Employees need to better understand their worth and continue to find ways to fulfill their roles, and organizations need to get smarter about the benefits of investing in their people in new, meaningful, consistent ways. My life’s work has focused on how people learn, engage, grow and prosper within organizations, and the data says support and desire need to be driven from both directions.”