CARE Corporate Council for Global Gender Equality - CARE

CARE Corporate Council

CARE believes that the private sector can play a critical role in accelerating progress toward gender equality. The CARE Corporate Council convenes ambitious companies across sectors to do just that.

Launched in 2019, the CARE Corporate Council works to achieve gender equality through thought-leadership and best practice sharing among members. Leveraging the influence and reach of America’s biggest companies alongside CARE’s experience working with the world’s most vulnerable women and girls, the Council has focused its work on achieving Sustainable Development Goal #5 (Gender Equality).

The Council convenes, on average, every three months, both in-person and virtually, and often features high-profile outside speakers alongside member company representatives.

For more information on the Council, please read the 1-page summary of Council benefits and membership details or contact Amir Farokhi, Director of the CARE Corporate Council, at amir.farokhi@care.org.

 

Thought Leadership

COVID’s Impact on Women and the Private Sector’s Rapid Response

As COVID-19 upended lives, communities, and economies across the world, women and girls felt a disproportionate impact from the pandemic. Some of the most compelling and effective response has come from NGOs and the private sector. This report shares global trends related to COVID- 19’s impact on women and how select private sector actors have responded.

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SDG5 Playbook

To help achieve global gender equality by 2030, the Corporate Council produced a Gender Equality Playbook for Business. The playbook is intended to assist companies and their employees understand what actions they can take to help achieve gender equality as defined by Sustainable Development Goal #5.

Explore the playbook

Council Members

Aptar

Anheuser-Busch InBev

Booz Allen Hamilton

Colgate-Palmolive Company

Deloitte

Facebook

Fiserv

Gap

Google

Kabbage

McCormick

Microsoft

UPS
A group of CARE Corporate Council members stand together for a photo.