SRAM is Aiming for 50% Female Workforce and Cycling Share

SRAM has announced that it will join a wider effort to promote gender parity across riding, racing, advocacy and its own employment.

For 2020, the component maker has made four commitments to support these efforts; community, work, youth and athletes.

“SRAM believes that achieving gender parity in cycling is imperative for the long-term success of the industry as a whole and our commitments will be sustained well beyond International Women’s Day on March 8th,” said Sara Jarrell, Marketing Coordinator of Women’s Programs at SRAM.

Marked by the #EachForEqual hashtag on social media, SRAM’s pledge to join the movement to offer equal opportunity starts with community, for which the firm has its long-term commitment to the SRAM Women’s Program, now in its fourth year of operation.

SRAM’s global workforce today is 41% female. The U.S. team has grown the number of women by 11.5% in the past three years.

A longer version of this article was first published in Cycling Industry News.

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