Walker’s Legacy is proud to conduct research for minority women in entrepreneurship around the challenges they face and breakthroughs they have surpassed. Conducting this research is important not only to better understand corporate diversity and inclusion but also to gain awareness of the disparities that exist for entrepreneurial and economic efforts for multicultural women. To learn more about the ongoing research efforts that Walker’s Legacy is carrying out, please navigate our various research and insights topics below.

Entrepreneurship

Businesses owned by women of color have experienced unprecedented growth over the past two decades. This research, based on national data and a series of interviews with black women business owners, presents a summary of business owners’ motivation, challenges, support, and financial trends.

Fast Facts

The number of women-owned businesses is rapidly growing. Amidst these increases, women of color have become one of the fastest-growing segments of entrepreneurs in the country. This work explores the many challenges and opportunities faced by women of color entrepreneurs.

Black Women Entrepreneurship

The number of women-owned businesses is rapidly growing. Amidst these increases, Black women have become one of the fastest-growing segments of entrepreneurs in the country. This work explores the many challenges and opportunities faced by Black women entrepreneurs.

Native American Women Entrepreneurship

Native American women are some of the fastest-growing entrepreneur segments in business today. While still being underrepresented as entrepreneurs, this research shows the challenges and overcomings that Native American women have faced.

Latinx Women Entrepreneurship

Latinx women are some of the fastest-growing entrepreneur segments in business today. While still being underrepresented as entrepreneurs, this research shows the challenges and overcomings that Latinx women have faced by stepping out into entrepreneurship in the United States.

Women’s Equal Pay Day

March 24, 2021
Every year, the National Committee on Pay Equity sets a date for “Equal Pay Day” to highlight the overall pay disparity between men and women who work full-time in the United States. In honor of all Women’s Equal Pay Day on March 24,  this research shines a light on the wage gaps for all women and the challenges they face in the United States.

African American Women

August 3, 2021
Every year, the National Committee on Pay Equity sets a date for “Equal Pay Day” to highlight the overall pay disparity between men and women who work full-time in the United States. In honor of August 3rd, Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, this research shines a light on the wage gaps for Black women and the challenges they face in the United States.

Native American Women

September 8, 2021
Every year, the National Committee on Pay Equity sets a date for “Equal Pay Day” to highlight the overall pay disparity between men and women who work full-time. In honor of September 8th, Native American Women Equal Pay Day, this research shines a light on the wage gaps for Native American women and the challenges that they face in the United States.

Asian-American & Pacific Islander Women

March 9, 2021
Every year, the National Committee on Pay Equity sets a date for “Equal Pay Day” to highlight the overall pay disparity between men and women who work full-time in the United States. In honor of March 9th, Asian-American & Pacific Islander Equal Pay Day, this research shines a light on the wage gaps for these women and the challenges they face in the United States.

Latina and Hispanic Women

October 21, 2021
Every year, the National Committee on Pay Equity sets a date for “Equal Pay Day” to highlight the overall pay disparity between men and women who work full-time in the United States. In honor of October 21st, Latina Equal Pay Day, this research shines a light on the wage gaps for Latinas and the challenges they face in the United States.