From : Harvard Business Review

Ten years? Fifty? Business students take their best guesses, and Melinda Gates explains why the real number is centuries away. Across all aspects of American life, it is most often men who set policy, allocate resources, lead companies, shape markets, and determine whose stories get told. Meanwhile, what gains have been made typically haven’t extended to all women. That’s led to a major gap in gender equality in the United States. How long will it take to close that gap? According to the World Economic Forum, the U.S. is still 208 years away from achieving gender equality at this rate of change. But technologist and philanthropist Melinda Gates believes we currently have a rare opportunity to accelerate this timeline. She has a strategy for accelerating the pace of progress and achieving measurable results by 2030.

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