2 Delta Drive, Concord, NH
Presented by Connie Roy-Czyzowski, VP of Human Resources, Northeast Delta Dental
“Am I fairly compensated? Should I ask for a raise? How should I approach this?” If you’re asking yourself these questions, and you’re interested in finding out more about the pay gap, compensation trends, and negotiating strategies, whether you’re applying for your first job or you’ve been in the workforce for many years, attend this informative workshop!”
$35/person includes continental breakfast and brown bag networking lunch.
Limit 50 participants.
Today, International Women’s Day, the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation commends the millions of women and men across the state, country and world who are sharing their strength by participating in a #DayWithoutAWoman. By striking, marching, supporting women- and minority-owned businesses, donating to women’s organizations and #wearingred, we are building a collective voice in support of equity, justice and human rights for women. Like the marches on 1.21.17, this global protest demonstrates the power generated by women and men coming together to make a difference.
That difference means a world of gender equality for future generations:
- Equal and fair pay
- Quality healthcare and control over one’s own health choices
- Access to affordable childcare and family-friendly workplaces
- A safe world without domestic abuse
- Non-discrimination of gender expression and identity
The Women’s Foundation’s mission is to promote opportunity and equality for women and girls in New Hampshire. Our vision of social, political and economic equality is more important than ever and together we can make this a reality.
Thank you for all you are doing today on International Women’s Day and a #DayWithoutAWoman.
With you in spirit and action,
CEO, New Hampshire Women’s Foundation
The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation was pleased to be a partner in the New Hampshire Women’s Day of Action & Unity on January 21. This was an event in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington and in support of our collective rights, our safety, our health, our families, and our environment.
See some of our favorite moments from the day here in our Facebook album.
This is an inclusive day of action and unity. We believe in the strength possible when we act together and the necessity to build diverse coalitions because defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us. All are welcome who stand for religious freedom, women’s rights, human rights, climate justice, racial justice, economic justice, and reproductive justice.
The NH Women’s Day of Action & Unity aims to send a bold message to elected officials in New Hampshire and Washington, D.C. that we will stand together to protect the progress we’ve made. We won’t go back!
On November 9th, we welcomed new CEO, Tanna Clews, at our annual Women Building Community luncheon.
Learn more about Tanna here.