Diane Cornman-Levy Panelist on “Breaking the Bias: Philly Women at Work”

In honor of Women’s History Month, the School District of Philadelphia Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion hosted a series of panels throughout March focused on “Breaking the Bias: Philly Women at Work”, highlighting the incredible work women do every day in the City of Philadelphia. WOMEN’S WAY’S Chief Disruptor, Diane Cornman-Levy, participated as a panelist on the most recent edition to discuss what’s happening in Philadelphia to help women find jobs and become more economically empowered.

Women are the backbones of our families, communities and economies. When you invest in women, we all thrive. White supremacy tells us not to value and trust ourselves –  dismantling that means dismantling and challenging narratives. We as women have such incredible strengths and assets. WOMEN’S WAY is here to support you.” Diane Cornman-Levy

Moderated by:

Toni Potenza: Program Manager, SDP Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Omar Cabrera : Student from Kensington CAPA


Diane Cornman-Levy: Chief Disruptor, WOMEN’S WAY

Jovida Hill: Executive Director, Mayor’s Office of Engagement for Women/Philadelphia Commission for Women

Amy Nieves: Executive Director, Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities

Watch the full panel here