Jordan Sale is the founder of 81cents, which helps women and underrepresented minorities make sure they're being paid market rates by getting them personalized market data, compensation feedback, and career advice from hiring managers and recruiters in their field. To date, women using 81cents data and resources have seen an average salary increase of 15% and a total compensation increase of over $2M. 81cents has been featured in Forbes, ABC News, and won the 2018 CommonBond Social Impact Pitch Competition. They're currently going through the UCLA Anderson Venture Accelerator. Prior to starting 81cents, Jordan ran marketing at Fundrise, a real estate technology startup based in Washington, D.C., and managed digital marketing campaigns for clients like the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum at Blue State Digital, a digital communications agency. Jordan holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley. Outside of work, Jordan loves reading fiction, ordering dominos pizza, and making bad puns.