21 Oct November 7: Gender Pay Equity–An Economic Issue
Lorrie Lykins, Vice President of Research at the Seattle-based Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) and Editor of The SheSuite™, an ongoing series of in-depth interviews with women executives, will address the issue of gender pay equity and its implications as an economic issue. A thought leader, speaker, and researcher on the topic of gender equity, Lorrie has worked in the field of human capital research for a decade, beginning with the Human Resource Institute, and has published numerous articles, playbooks, case studies, editorial features, and whitepapers on topics ranging from corporate volunteerism to women in leadership, learning and development (L&D), talent management, and talent acquisition.
An award-winning writer and former correspondent with the St. Petersburg Times, Lorrie’s work has been featured in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. She is a contributing author to the best-selling books ASTD’s Foundations of Talent Development: Launching, Leveraging, and Leading Your Organization’s TD Effort (2018), The ASTD Leadership Handbook (2010), and Red, White, and True: Stories from Veterans and Families, World War II to Present (2014).
Lorrie is a graduate of Eckerd College and Queens University of Charlotte and serves as an adjunct professor in the adult education program at Eckerd College. She is based in New York City.