Lansing Community College

The LCC ACE Women's Network held its annual Equal Pay Day event Wednesday, April 6. Equal Pay Day illustrates the gap between men’s and women’s wages, symbolizing how far past 2021 and into 2022 the average woman has to work to make as much as the average man made in 2021. The gap increases for women of color, LGBTQIA+ women, and mothers.

Learn more about how the pay gap is calculated, causes of the gap, and common misconceptions from the American Association of University Women.

LCC's 2022 event included three special messages and a panel of accomplished women who will talk about their experiences and their thoughts on closing the pay gap.


Special messages

Debbie Stabenow

Debbie Stabenow
U.S. Senator for Michigan
Bio

Brandy Johnson

Brandy Johnson
President of Michigan Community College Association
Bio

Angela Mathews

Angela Mathews
Trustee of Lansing Community College
Bio


Panelists

Toni Glasscoe

Toni Glasscoe
External Affairs, Development & K-12 Ops Lansing Community College
Bio

Kimberly Hurns

Kimberly Hurns
Executive Vice President of Instruction and Academic Affairs at Washtenaw Community College
Bio

Samantha Vaive

Samantha Vaive
Trustee of Lansing Community College
Bio

Monique Field-Foster

Monique Field-Foster
Executive Partner at Warner Norcross + Judd
Bio

Tricia Foster

Tricia Foster
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Office of Governor Gretchen Whitmer
Bio

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Ace Women's Network Michigan

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Equal Pay Day 2021

We have some new participants on our Executive Board and Planning Committee – See our roster below.

LCC ACE Executive Committee members:

Seleana Samuel*
Patty Spagnuolo*
Kelly Hekler
Cynthia Rooker
Karen Tommasulo

LCC ACE Planning Committee:

Patti Ayers
Tricia McKay
Janaya Royal

 

*denotes LCC Institutional Representative to MI-ACE