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MA – How to Get Paid Fairly
March 21 @ 7:30 am - 10:00 am
Do you need help objectively determining and communicating your value?
Join Evelyn Murphy and Cathy Minehan on March 21 for this highly interactive session where you’ll learn the keys to salary negotiation and achieving pay equity. You’ll discover how to:
- Determine your value
- Develop a personal strategy
- Create a compelling pitch to your employer
- Be persuasive in wage negotiations
- Anticipate and handle objections
- Get paid what you’re worth
According to a recent report from the Boston Women’s Workforce Council, the wage gap in the Greater Boston area is calculated at 23 cents — that is for every dollar earned by men in the sample, women earned 77 cents. Join TCI in getting the tips on how best to close this gap!
7:30 – 10:00am
Sherin & Lodgen
101 Federal Street
TCI Members and Strategies for Success Graduates: $25
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Evelyn F. Murphy is President of The WAGE Project, Inc., a grassroots activist national organization to end wage discrimination against working women, and Resident Scholar in the Women’s Studies Research Center (on leave) at Brandeis University, where she has researched and authored a book on women’s wages entitled Getting Even: Why Women Don’t Get Paid Like Men and What To Do About It, published by Simon & Schuster in October 2005. In 1986, Evelyn Murphy was elected Lt. Governor and became the first woman in the state’s 200 year history to hold constitutional office. She is Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of SBLI USA Mutual Life Insurance Company and a director of Citizens Energy Corporation. She is as a founding director and Board Member of The Commonwealth Institute, Honorary Chair of the Lost Coin Women’s Fund, Inc., and on the advisory committees of Rosies Place and Our Bodies/Ourselves.
Cathy E. Minehan was most recently the Dean of the School of Management at Simmons College after retiring from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in July 2007. She spent 39 years with the Federal Reserve System, having served as the President and Chief Executive of the Boston Bank and a member of the Federal Open Market Committee from July 1994 on. She is considered an expert in the U.S. payment systems and was a key figure in the operation of and policy setting for the key payment and securities systems operated and regulated by the Federal Reserve System. Ms. Minehan is a graduate of the University of Rochester and is a member of the University’s Board of Trustees. She holds an MBA from New York University and was named a distinguished Alumna from New York University in 1995. She also serves as Managing Director of Arlington Advisory Partners LLC, an entity she uses to house her various profit and non-profit positions. Ms. Minehan is a director of VISA Inc., and the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company. She is also Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital, a Board Member of Partners Healthcare System, she is chair of the Boston Women’s Workforce Council and Chairman of the Massachusetts Governor’s Council of Economic Advisors. She serves on a number of other non-profit boards in the areas of health care, education and public broadcasting. She is an elected fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a recipient of many other honors and distinctions.