The CEO of Pipeline Equity argues that as the G7 represents a powerful coalition of nations and money—a proxy for influence—we should take the opportunity to urge its leaders to take a stand for gender equity.
When the Group of Six (now the Group of Seven, or G7) met for the first time in 1975, it did so amid the backdrop of an unprecedented oil crisis, soaring inflation, and a tumultuous stock market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, for instance, had fallen nearly 50% over a 20-month period, and interest rates were rising—eventually spiking to 21% by 1980 in the U.S.
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