Clinton School Students, Women's Foundation Create Gender Equity Scorecard

by Sarah Campbell-Miller  on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018 11:02 am   2 min read

From left: Sharon Tallach Vogelpohl, president of Mangan Holcomb Partners and principal at Team SI, both of Little Rock; Madeline Moore, human resources manager for Arvest Bank's central Arkansas market; Chris Bahn, publisher of business special publications at Arkansas Business Publishing Group of Little Rock; and WFA Executive Director Anna Beth Gorman. (Nelson Chenault/Clinton School of Public Service)

Four Clinton School of Public Service students, in partnership with the Women's Foundation of Arkansas, have created a "gender equity scorecard" — an internal assessment they hope Arkansas businesses will use to evaluate the state of gender equity in the workplace.

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