COMMUNITY VOICE: Discover Women's Economic Influence
How is Women's Economic Power Transforming the World?
See Jane Do is a social change multimedia production that captures the stories of everyday women doing extraordinary things for the planet. On this radio episode, the women of See Jane Do interview Global Council Member Riane Eisler about Creating a Caring Economy, Maddy Dychtward, author of Influence: How Women's Soaring Economic Power Will Transform Our World, balance a budget and run for office with Nevada State Treasurer Kate Marshall, and uncover the secrets to making a million with entrepreneur Gina Robison-Billups. Join See Jane Do on the journey to discover how women's economic influence is transforming the world.
Women now make up over half of the work force. We control up to 85% of what's bought or purchased in the United States and women control 60% of the wealth. Why is it then that most women don't feel economically powerful? In fact, about 90% of women surveyed said they don't feel financially secure.
In order to make a difference and enhance the planet we need to feel comfortable with our level of influence. And in the U.S., money talks.
In this episode of See Jane Do, Elisa Parker and Jesse Locks set out to discover how women's economic influence can create positive change and the steps we need to take to feel more confident around our purchase power.
See Jane Do is a multimedia program featured on KVMR 89.5 in California and the host of the Passion into Action Women's Conference. We capture the stories of everyday women doing extraordinary things for the planet. To learn more, visit www.seejanedo.com.
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