Identity in the Workplace is a monthly dialogue between Carey students, alumni, faculty, and staff who identify as, ally and advocate across various intersectional identities.
Each session will open with a member or two of our community sharing their stories around challenges and opportunities in the workplace, and then we will open up to discussion on that specific identity in the workplace.
This program offers a safe and open space for all, and we are coming together to create an inclusive experience. There is intersectionality among these identities, which we welcome and will naturally come up in each session.
We'll resume the series during the 2022-2023 academic year! More information to come on topics and schedule. If you'd like to be a featured storyteller, please contact Michelle Jones (email@example.com).
Gender in the Workplace (9/15/21)
- Dr. Valerie Suslow, Professor and Vice Dean for Faculty and Research
- Laura Reilly, MBA 2023 Candidate
Race in the Workplace (10/13/21)
Accessibility in the Workplace (11/10/21)
LGBTQ+ in the Workplace (1/26/22)
Mental Health in the Workplace (2/23/22)
- Dr. Kevin Frick, Professor
- Nalini Adele Pinto, MBA/MS 2022 Candidate
- Kate DeNatale, MBA 2023 Candidate
Socioeconomics in the Workplace (3/30/22)
- Kiante Bush, MBA 2022 Candidate from Morgan State University in partnership with Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
- Jessica Antonen, MBA 2024 Candidate and Carey Staff
- Chuck Amos, MBA 2012
Global Citizens/Expats in the Workplace (4/20/22)
If you have any questions, please contact: Carey.Careerdevelopment@jhu.edu