Uniting for Workplace Equity: Equity for Immigrant Workers (part 1 of 3)

About a quarter of San Diego’s population are immigrants, and their contribution to our economy is significant. In San Diego City alone, there are over 60K immigrant entrepreneurs. Immigrants have more than $16 bn in spending power, and pay almost $10bn in taxes every year. One-third of our essential workers are immigrants. PANELISTS Mohamed Musse is the Program Coordinator for …

Uniting for Workplace Equity: COVID impact on women entrepreneurs (Part 3 of 3)

Watch the panel here on Facebook Live March 15, 2022 The Kim Center is a nonprofit dedicated to accelerating the achievement of equal status for employees of all personal and professional backgrounds. Our work is driven by the research-based conclusion that widespread cultural transformation requires united local action. One of the critical first steps is making sure different stakeholder groups …

Uniting for Workplace Equity: COVID impact on women entrepreneurs (Part 2 of 3)

February 15, 2022 Panel The Kim Center is a nonprofit dedicated to accelerating the achievement of equal status for employees of all personal and professional backgrounds. Our work is driven by the research-based conclusion that widespread cultural transformation requires united local action. One of the critical first steps is making sure different stakeholder groups can agree on expectations for collaboratively …

Press Conference: Regional Report on the Status of Latinas in the Workplace

  Check out news articles on the press conference below: What Inequities Do Latinas Face In San Diego’s Workforce? KPBS Midday Edition Segments / July 12, 2021 Survey Highlights Inequalities Faced By Latinas In San Diego’s Workforce KPBS Alexandra Rangel /  July 12, 2021 Study finds Latinas underrepresented in corporate America Fox 5 Salvador Rivera Jul 12, 2021  Click HERE to read the …