At Mine The Gap, we equip leaders, industries, and organizations with the strategy and tools to create and sustain gender-inclusive environments by activating the whole potential of a team, department, division, corporation, or organization.
For founders Jessica N. Grounds and Kristin Haffert, advancing women leaders across the globe has been a lifelong mission. Their combined 35 years of experience in gender inclusivity has influenced national and international policies, municipalities, businesses, NGOs, and non-profits.
Sex discrimination, misconduct, and assault are nothing new in America. These abuses have played out throughout history. In the United States, we have seen cycles of exposure to the reality of this behavior and this most recent wave of stories is just the latest version.
Kristin Haffert of Mine The Gap was inducted into the National Association of Women Business Owners Hall of Fame at the annual conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota last month.
Authored by Mine the Gap's Jessica N. Grounds and She Should Run's Erin Loos Cutraro, they explore why the private sector has a business imperative to invest in women's leadership.
Mine the Gap works with National Geographic Society's top researchers and scientists around the globe leading a workshop and training to build skills and collaboration between women in the field.
Mine the Gap founders contributed to major international research on women's political networks written by gender expert and researcher Lucina Di Meco.
The Collaborative brings together high-level women in business and politics to innovate new ways to advance women policy makers in California.
We have decided to revisit our analysis and seek to establish, not just whether greater diversity and enhanced financial performance still holds in a post-crisis world, but also to consider what happens below the boardroom.