Women earn 83 cents for every dollar men make. And, when we look across categories such as race, education level, and occupation, that gap widens. NACE research has found that the pay gap starts right at the beginning of career, dispelling myths that the gap is the result of women prioritizing family over career. Instead, the pay gap is the result of a systematic inequity, not individual choices by women. Join us as we explore real-world solutions for dismantling systemic inequity in pay.