Achieving gender equity is not just a moral imperative. It would be an economic boon for every community in our region. While we are rapidly approaching parity in some areas—labor force participation, professional/technical jobs-and have achieved it in another—higher education—we cannot become complacent. There is still work to be done. This report highlights where our community can focus our efforts: increasing the number of women in corporate and political leadership, valuing and equitably dividing unpaid care work, supporting the economic security of women and their families, reducing unplanned pregnancies, and ending violence against women. The 100% Project at CFW gives us the tools and strategies to move the needle. We can build partnerships across sectors and industries to change culture, push policies that even the playing field and support economic security, invest in women's leadership, and give women the tools and resources to chart their own lives. And, we can all be champions for women and girls.