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.
Our co-founders head to Tokyo, Japan to train aspiring women political leaders. They were invited by the largest foundation in Asia, the Sasakawa Peace Foundation.
Our Co-Founder gives speech at 40th Anniversary Conference for Professional Women Controllers.
We’re teaching a course on women’s leadership and understanding gender gaps — May 22 & 23. Our course is open to the public. Sign Up Today!
Mine The Gap participated in the Secretary of State’s International Women of Courage Awards, hosted at the United States Department of State this March.
AAPC recognizes Jessica N. Grounds as one of the 40 best and brightest campaign professionals under 40 years old.
Gender expert Kristin Haffert and development expert Jenna Ben-Yehuda will co-teach a new course at GW this summer entitled, Gender Analysis for Diplomacy and Development. Sign Up Today!
Our Co-Founder Kristin Haffert spoke on a panel highlighting artist Georgia Saxelby’s project To Future Women, which asks participants to write a letter to women 20 years in the future.
Kristin Haffert, Co-Founder of Mine the Gap, speaks at event hosted by Americas Competitiveness Exchange on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ACE).
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.