I come as one, but I stand as ten thousand.

Maya Angelou

Who Leads Matters

We know the numbers

Women and gender-diverse people are paid less. They are less likely to be promoted. And those with multiple marginalized identities – women of color, transgender women, non-binary people – fare even worse.

We know what needs to happen

Our educational, business, and political institutions must change. Systemic gender issues like the wage gap, biased hiring practices, and sexual harassment can only be solved at this level.

We know who will lead the change

Amplify contends that while gender equity is everyone’s problem, the best people to solve it are those who are the most impacted. People with diverse identities and experiences. People whose voices need to be heard. People like you.

More than 400 participants from 24 colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada have participated in Amplify.

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