The lack of gender parity negatively impacts both men and women, their family's , as well as, society as a whole.
After a decade of working with women and their families solving common planning concerns specific to women pared with a genuine interest in researching women's issues; we have found "gender inequality" to be the common denominator facing women and their families when it comes to achieving financial success.
If we can solve for Gender Parity we can eliminate most of the common financial problems women and their families face
Increasing the participation of women will lay a foundation for economic prosperity, according to Laura Tyson, University of California, Berkeley, professor and former chair of the US presidents's Council of Economic Advisors.
Taking bold actions now to increase the economic participation and equal advancement of women is critical to ensuring a strong foundation for rising prosperity in the long run. . The beneficiaries of this action are society as a whole including individual households. When women do well, they are more likely than men to invest in the human capital of their families.* Mckinsey Global Institute.