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Wharton | Katica Roy on Wharton Business Daily


Katica Roy, Gender Economist and CEO of Pipeline, joins Dan Loney on Wharton Business Daily to discuss the top working mother myths.

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Women’s Foundation of Alabama reports potential for the state’s overall GDP to grow by $22 billion


The Women’s Foundation of Alabama released its 2022 economic impact report during a research showcase at The Club in Birmingham with Pipeline CEO and founder, Katica Roy, as the guest speaker.

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Yahoo! Finance | The ‘three key myths’ around working moms, according to a gender economist


Katica Roy, Pipeline CEO and a gender economist, debunks three of the most common myths around working women.

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Bloomberg Businessweek | Katica Roy on Keys to Closing the Gender Pay Gap


Katica Roy, CEO at Pipeline, discusses gender equality and pay equity ahead of International Women’s Day.

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Wharton | Katica Roy on Wharton Business Daily


Katica Roy, Gender Economist and CEO of Pipeline, joins Dan Loney on Wharton Business Daily to discuss the gender pay gap.

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Built In | Pipeline Partners With Workday to Close Intersectional Wage Gap


Pipeline has formed a strategic partnership with Workday, one of the top HR software companies in the country.

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Fortune | 5 ways business leaders can fight for gender equity


Women were not only on the front lines of the pandemic, they shouldered the majority of the job losses and fell out of the workforce at a rapid clip. Katica Roy, CEO of Pipeline and gender economist, examines the key trends of intersectional gender equity and quantifies them in economic terms.

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Fast Company | 10 key events that have the potential to boost our economy by $3.4 trillion


As we look forward to another year, let’s put ten of the biggest events of 2021 in their critical economic context to drive progress toward equity for all.

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Fast Company | Where are all the women workers?


The adult women’s labor force participation rate remains blunted at 57.5%—well below pre-pandemic levels. In fact, it’s worse than pre-pandemic levels. They are working though.

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MSNBC | 5 ways the pandemic affected gender equity in 2021


At current rates of progress, it will take 136 years to achieve true gender parity. Gender economist Katica Roy explains why.

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