How much do YOU know about the wage gap?
Your answers can help make a difference.
80% of civilian industries in San Antonio still don’t pay women equal to men.
If women received equal pay, another $18.2 billion would be added to San Antonio's GDP.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey, 2018 & Roman, B., and Nivin, S. Highights: Women in the San Antonio Economy, Sabér Research Institute, May 30, 2018.
Who We Are
YWCA San Antonio Leadership Staff:
- Coda Rayo-Garza, YWCA Director of Wage Equity and Racial Justice
- Francesca Rattray, YWCA Chief Executive Officer
YWCA Wage Equity Advisory Council:
- Andrea Rodriguez, Centro San Antonio
- Annie Turner, Wells Fargo
- Dr. Adriana Rocha Garcia, District 4 Councilwoman
- Ana Sandoval, District 7 Councilwoman
- Dr. Belinda Roman, St. Mary’s University
- Dr. Erika Gonzalez, South Texas Allergy & Asthma Medical Professionals
- Irasema Cavazos, Domesticas Unidas
- Jada Andrews-Sullivan, District 2 Councilwoman
- Jordana Barton, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
- La Juana (“LJ”) Chambers Lawson, Tacit Growth Strategies
- Malinda Gaul, Attorney at Law
- Melissa Cabello-Havrda, District 6 Councilwoman
- Patricia Mejia, San Antonio Area Foundation
- Rebecca Viagran, District 3 Councilwoman
- Rosie Castro, Community Leader
- Shirley Gonzales, District 5 Councilwoman
- Shannon Faulk, American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE)
YWCA San Antonio’s Wage Equity Awareness Campaign is made possible in partnership with