Stars share their support!
In advance of National Equal Pay Day (April 14th!), Natalie Morales and Chelsea Clinton are lending their voices to the inspiring Ask4More campaign to raise awareness of the gender wage gap in America.
Natalie on 'Today' in September 2014. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"It’s really important for women to know their worth and to really push [themselves]... It’s about just making sure that people know what you’ve done and reminding them of your accomplishments because I think so often we like to fly under the radar a little bit, and as women we need to be able to toot our own horns," the 42-year-old 'Today' news anchor said in an interview with Levo.
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The campaign — launched by professional career network Levo on Monday, April 6 — offers women tips and tools to help them feel comfortable negotiating their salaries so they can ultimately achieve their workplace goals.
Chelsea speaking at the Go Red For Women Luncheon in 2014. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"It’s always better to ask and get a 'No' than to not ask at all. And recognize that you’re not alone... ask for advice and ask for help on how to start the conversation, on how to have the conversation, and hopefully how to get a successful outcome in the conversation about your raise or anything else in your employment situation," former First Daughter, Chelsea Clinton, 35, said of combating the gender wage gap.
The campaign additionally features comedienne Sarah Silverman, 44, and Facebook's Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg, 45, among others.
Watch Levo's Ask4More video below.
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