On average, women in the US make 77¢ for every dollar a man makes. The wage gap accounts for an estimated loss of $431,000 over a woman’s lifetime— that’s a lot of scratch. Closing the wage gap could potentially grow the economy by $2.1 trillion dollars (I'm not a mathematician, but I think that's a good thing).
With this in mind, I created an educational site designed to spark conversation around the gap. Think of it like a freshly sharpened No. 2 pencil— on one end, the site encourages and provokes thought and discussion around the gap, while the other end simultaneously erases a lot of the misinformation online about the gap via a compendium of fact-based articles, studies and more.
Users can also choose to experience the site in "Future Mode" (all blue screens) which tells an alternate narrative of total wage parity—and the benefits that would entail.