NYC Changemaker Experience with Sallie Krawcheck and Matt Wallaert

Sallie Krawcheck and Matt Wallaert

In 2015, women working full time in the U.S. were paid on average 80% of what men were paid.

To discuss women’s unique financial hurdles, both in how we are paid and what we do with money, we’re teaming up with two experts on the subject: Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest, a digital platform redefining investing for women, and Matt Wallaert, behavioral scientist and co-creator of GetRaised.com and SalaryOrEquity.com, tools working to close the wage gap.

In our second Changemaker Experience, we’ll be discussing what it means to ask and earn, spend and save like a girl… a #GirlBoss that is.

 

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About Sallie Krawcheck
Sallie Krawcheck’s professional mission is to help women reach their financial and professional goals. This spans several businesses: she is the CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest, a newly-launched digital investment platform for women. She is also the Chair of Ellevate Network, the global professional woman’s network and Chair of the Pax Ellevate Global Woman’s Index Fund, which invests in the top-rated companies in the world for advancing women. She is ranked as one of the most senior and most powerful women on the Wall Street, having served as former CEO of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, CEO and Chair of Citi Global Wealth Management, among other executive titles.

 

About Matt Wallaert

Matt Wallaert is a behavioral psychologist and entrepreneur focused on building products and programs that create behavior change to help people lead better, happier lives.  He started in academia, built and sold two startups, then went to Microsoft to build products at larger scale. A social psychologist by training, Matt still publishes actively in the field of Judgement and Decision Making and is notable for advising the government, businesses, and non-profits on how they can use technology to change human behavior. A feminist, Matt co-Created GetRaised.com, originally as a side project, but continues to run as a service to help close the gender pay gap and has helped tens of thousands of women earn $2.3B in raises.