As we head into 2022, we know one thing is for certain, there will be even more turbulence impacting how we live, work, travel and socialize. We are also far more aware of the impact of the pandemic as we use data collected over the last eighteen months to understand the fallout. We have access to data to help us understand how the pandemic specifically impacted women. It’s essential to understand the details because women have experienced disproportionate effects of the pandemic: job security, income, family roles, health, and social. The results generate small, deep ripples that have stalled and reversed progress for a more gender-balanced world.