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In today’s environment where dual-earner households have become an economic necessity, and as a caregiving crisis continues, the impact of the care-load is felt by both employees and employers. No longer is this an individual problem to be solved, but it instead requires collective action at home, at work, and at the policy level.

Though the care-load can affect everyone, women are disproportionately saddled with what sociologist Arlie Hochschild termed “the second shift”—the unpaid household and childcare/eldercare duties that follow a paid workday. This can directly contribute to inequities within the workplace.

This webinar will look at the current and historical facts surrounding caregiving and work; the current caregiving crisis; the impact of the crisis on individuals, organizations, and economies and its contribution to work-family conflict and workplace inequity; and overall tactics and strategies for positive change and gender equality.

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  • Making Motherhood Work, Caitlyn Collins
  • Equal Partners: Improving Gender Equality at Home, Kate Mangino
  • Fair Play, Eve Rodsky
  • Drop The Ball, Tiffany Dufu
  • Good Guys, David Smith & Brad Johnson
  • Caregiving Fathers in the Workplace, Jasmine Kelland
  • The Waymakers, Tara Jaye Frank
  • The Caring Company, Harvard Business School


Kristi Rible
As founder and CEO of The Huuman Group™, Kristi is dedicated to “humanizing the workplace” by developing caring leaders for a future of work that will depend upon workplace equity, psychological safety, whole well-being, and continuous learning opportunities.

Her international leadership experience spans more than twenty years across technology and consumer products for both public and startup ventures throughout the US, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

She is a vocal advocate, international speaker, and educator in support of the advancement of working mothers, women, and caregivers who find themselves overloaded, underpaid, and often misunderstood. She is herself a mother of two young daughters.

She holds an MBA in International Business from Thunderbird, a BA in African Studies & Classical Archaeology from Franklin & Marshall College, and executive certifications in Organizational Gender Balance from INSEAD, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion from Cornell, Executive Coaching from UC Berkeley, and the Fair Play Method by Eve Rodsky.


For questions regarding registration for the webinar, please email: continuingstudies@stanford.edu. Thank you!

If you need a disability-related accommodation, please contact the Diversity & Access Office at disability.access@stanford.edu or 650.725.0326 (phone) by September 1, 2022.