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Tania Del Rio

Executive Director, Office of Women's Advancement, City of Boston

Tania Del Rio is Executive Director for the Mayor's Office of Women's Advancement, where she focuses on the mission of promoting gender equity by empowering women and removing systemic barriers to their advancement. Her focus is on three priority areas: economic equity, safety, and empowerment. In a previous role at the City of Boston, Del Rio worked as the Diversity Outreach Officer for the Mayor's Office.

She previously worked with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico on using data to identify barriers for female diplomats in the Foreign Service. Her work was presented with the Outstanding Policy Analysis Exercise and the Jane Mansbridge Research Awards for research on women and gender at the Harvard Kennedy School.

Tania was also the Head of the Protection and Community Affairs Departments at the Consulate of Mexico in Boston. In that role, she worked to protect the rights of immigrants in New England and collaborated with community leaders to amplify their advocacy efforts. This work put her in contact with people from a broad range of experiences, including prison populations, children and youth, faith-based and cultural organizations, as well as private sector partners in five New England states. Her experience also includes political advising and press relations.

She holds a Master in Public Policy degree from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and a Bachelor's degree in International Relations from New York University.

A proud Mexican-American, she lives in East Boston with her family. As a former varsity swimmer, she enjoys practicing sports, especially swimming, water polo, and running.

Session Track: Leadership & Development Day

Times for this session to be announced soon

LD1680B - AAUW Work Smart | Negotiating for Fair Pay

The gender pay gap is not just a woman’s issue. It affects families, businesses and our entire economy.

Since 1881, AAUW has been a catalyst for positive change, from boosting young women’s access to education to shaping public policy and producing groundbreaking research on gender equity. In recent years, AAUW has made economic security for women and families a core focus. As a part of this work, AAUW is working to empower women across the country with skills to negotiate for fair and equitable pay through our Work Smart programs.

AAUW Work Smart is a salary negotiation program designed to give women the skills and confidence to advocate for themselves in the workplace. Participants learn how to research competitive salaries, articulate their skills, qualifications, and experience, and ask for—and get—the pay they deserve.

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