I've often wondered why Fathers of Daughters seem no different from men who are Fathers of Sons only or men who are not Fathers in terms of commitment to helping advance women in the workplace. Could they not envisage their daughters in the world of work? Could they not imagine how they'd feel if someone were biased against their daughters or just failed to lift a finger to help? That's why this Father of the Daughter Initiative is such a great idea.
The Father of a Daughter Initiative is a roadmap for men to make the connection between women at work and their daughters and to stand up for women.