This Gender Equity Month Panel features the following panelists:
Hillary Anger Elfenbein, President of the Association of Women Faculty; John Wallace, Jr. & Ellen Wallace Distinguished Professor, Olin Business School
Prior to Olin Business School, Hillary Anger Elfenbein was an Assistant Professor at the University of California at Berkeley, and a Senior Researcher at the Harvard Business School. Before beginning work on her PhD in Organizational Behavior, Hillary worked at Monitor Company management consulting for two years, and spent half a year doing nonprofit work in India.
Kia is the vice provost for faculty affairs and diversity, a professor in the Department of African and African-American Studies and the Dean’s Distinguished Professorial Scholar in Arts & Sciences. Kia’s administrative duties include consulting and collaborating with the school deans and other WashU school leaders to strengthen policies, procedures and processes that enable faculty success throughout their careers across the university. She advises the provost and other WashU leaders on faculty matters regarding diversity, equity and inclusion. As a faculty member, Kia’s research focuses on race, gender, Black feminism, health policy and HIV/AIDS in Brazil and the U.S. Her current research focuses on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Black communities in the U.S. and Brazil and how Black women have reenvisioned democracy and human rights through activism and office holding across the Americas.
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