Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Future of Revenue
The Future of Revenue is about utilizing artificial intelligence to enable employers to make decisions to maximize the potential of their workforce. When 96% of CEOs say gender equity is one of their top 10 priorities while only 22% of employees say that gender diversity is regularly measured and shared, the leaky workforce pipeline is not being addressed and leaving financial returns on the table. So how do employers identify the cracks in the workforce pipeline and improve their financial performance?
In this talk, Katica Roy, explains how she’s built a robust, data-driven platform using advanced technology, including artificial intelligence, to ensure equitable decisions and eradicate bias in human capital decisions that leads to improved financial performance for the organization, as well as growth for the individual.
Fix the Leaky Talent Pipeline
Many believe gender equity is a social issue, but the economics tell us it is a massive, trillion dollar opportunity. In fact, every 10% increase in gender equity boosts company revenue by 1-2%. Companies that want to do right by all their stakeholders—employees, customers, investors, and communities alike—need a plan to fix the leaky pipeline of women and other under-resourced talent cohorts. Learn why it pays to prioritize gender equity in the workplace.
Why We Need Men in the Gender Equity Conversation
When we make it all about women, we leave behind the other approximately 50% of the conversation: men. Men not only play a sizable role in the gender equity conversation, they also play a critical role in the solution, as they lead over 90% of Fortune 500 companies, are the decision-makers in 90% of venture capital deals, and hold more than 70% of board seats. Enough with shaming and sidelining men, it’s time to welcome them into the dialogue. After all, equity is not a zero-sum game. Its benefits extend to all genders.
The Economic Impact of Gender Inequity to your Country, Region, State or Industry
Using geographic and industry-specific data, this customized talk demonstrates how gender inequity constricts the economic pie for everyone—not only women. Learn how gender equity benefits your community and discover how grassroots, together with grass tops, efforts can bend the arc of history toward inclusion.
Gender Equity Cuts Through Nearly Every Facet of the Economy
Is Social Security a gender equity issue? What about immigration, healthcare, and international trade? The truth is, gender equity runs through nearly every facet of our society and economy. By closing the gender equity gap in the United States, we can unlock $3.1 trillion in economic potential. From education to innovation, student loan debt to Social Security, and poverty to healthcare, a common thread exists in the effort to improve performance: gender equity.
Engineering Equity into The Future of Work
The problem businesses have with gender equity is not awareness, it’s execution. 96% of CEOs list gender equity among their top priorities, but only 22% of employees say that gender diversity is regularly measured and shared. To unlock the massive financial gains of gender equity, companies must use artificial intelligence to augment (i.e. de-bias) human decisions. The Future of Revenue depends on it: every 10% increase in gender equity boosts company revenue by 1-2%. Learn how to embed gender equity into the employee lifecycle to ensure every talent decision is not only free of bias, but also made in the company’s financial best interest.
Katica Roy in the News
Award-winning gender economist and former Global 500 global executive KATICA ROY blends data-backed research and experience to offer insights into the issues facing workplaces today: talent acquisition and retention, the economic opportunity of gender equity, and engineering gender equity into the future of work.
Here’s what she’s discussing by the water cooler:
11.01.23 How to Have a Conversation About Equity Without the Backlash | FastCompany
08.16.23 TheSkimm and Moms First are Challenging Companies to Share Their Child Care Benefits | Benefit News
07.10.23 Global Business: U.S. June's Job Report Shows Softer Growth | CGTN America
04.20.23 Gender Equity in Tech Taking a Hit | Bloomberg
02.07.23 Managers: Here are 3 Ways to Lead in Today’s Labor Market | Fast Company
01.31.23 Implicit Bias Training Doesn’t Work. Here’s what Does. | MSNBC
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Award-winning economist Katica Roy offers expert insight about AI and the future of revenue
Award-winning economist and data scientist KATICA ROY is in demand for her expert insights about AI, its impact on the fight for gender equity, and the future of revenue. In her speech, The Future of Revenue, Roy talks about utilizing artificial intelligence to enable employers to make decisions to maximize the potential of their workforce. When 96% of CEOs say gender equity is one of their top 10 priorities while only 22% of employees say that gender diversity is regularly measured and shared, the leaky workforce pipeline is not being addressed and leaving financial returns on the table. So how do employers identify the cracks in the workforce pipeline and improve their financial performance?
In engaging and compelling talks, Roy explains how she’s built a robust, data-driven platform using advanced technology, including artificial intelligence, to ensure equitable decisions and eradicate bias in human capital decisions that leads to improved financial performance for the organization as well as growth for the individual.
Katica Roy receives rave reviews from audiences of all kinds for her insightful engagements
CEO and Founder of award-winning SaaS company, Pipeline, KATICA ROY is disrupting the business world with data-driven content that dynamically changes the audience. Ultimately compelling them to take action! She offers illuminating insights into why gender equity isn't only about women, the economic opportunity of gender equity, and more. Roy has been sought after by groups like J.P. Morgan, Microsoft, Salesforce, Google, among many others. She regularly receives rave reviews for her compelling and insightful engagements such as:
Katica Roy is the talk of LinkedIn for her insightful talks and must-read commentary
Former Global 500 executive and award-winning gender economist KATICA ROY is frequently mentioned on LinkedIn for her expert insight on DEI and gender equity in the workplace. It’s no surprise Roy was named one of LinkedIn’s 2022 Top Influencers for Gender Equity – as CEO of the groundbreaking SaaS company, Pipeline, Roy shares her expertise on topics like occupational segregation, transparency in the workplace and measuring inclusion at work. Via mediums like her Brave Souls Q&A newsletter, live streams with thought leaders, and informative graphics, Roy focuses on the strides women are making in the workplace that will shape a more equitable workforce. Now in compelling conversations and keynotes, Katica offers actionable takeaways to help businesses of all kinds fix their leaky talent pipelines, engineer gender equity into their future of work, and more.
Katica Roy is an award-winning gender economist, former Global 500 global executive, programmer, data scientist, and the CEO and founder of an award-winning SaaS company, Pipeline. CNN, MSNBC, CBS, Bloomberg, Cheddar, MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance, Wharton Business, Newsy, and NBC have sought Katica for her sharp and unconventional take on the day’s headlines. She has interviewed President Biden, Vice President Harris, Senators Booker and Gillibrand, Secretary Pete, Canadian Pay Equity Commissioner Karen Jensen, Sophia Bush, Eve Rodsky, Gretchen Carlson, and Dr. Maya Rockeymoore Cummings.
Her high-octane, visionary articles have been published by the World Economic Forum, Fast Company, Fortune, Forbes, Bloomberg, NBC, Entrepreneur, The Hill, The Advocate, Harvard Business Review, and Morning Consult. Her articles have garnered over 2.9 billion impressions.
In 2017 Katica was named a Luminary by the Colorado Technology Association; in 2018 a Colorado Governors' Fellow; in 2019 a Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Business and awarded the Stevie Entrepreneur of the Year—Gold Award; in 2020 she was named the Colorado Entrepreneur of the Year; in 2022 a LinkedIn Top Influencer for gender equity. She is a member of Fast Company’s Impact Council and Bloomberg’s New Economy Forum.
Pipeline uses advanced technology to make intersectional gender parity a reality in our lifetime. In addition to its core platform, Pipeline launched the first gender equity app on Salesforce's AppExchange. Pipeline was also named as one of TIME Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2019, Fast Company’s 2020 and 2023 World’s Most Innovative Companies, Fast Company’s 2021 Next Big Things in Tech, and Fast Company’s 2022 World Changing Ideas. Pipeline is backed by both Accenture and Workday.