Jul 17th, 2020
In this episode, Nicole talks to colleagues Dr. Joyce Olushola-Ogunrinde (U of Houston) & Dr. Akilah Carter-Francique (San Jose State U) about their work as scholars, advocates, activists and mentors as black women in academia. Specifically they discuss barriers for black women in coaching, lack of representation, the power of being fully and authentically seen, and the untold stories of the women that came before them. They also discuss their current and upcoming research projects, that you won’t want to miss. And they conclude with a call to action for everyone, and advice to young women who may want to pursue a similar career path; we are all here to uplift you.
Host: Dr. Nicole LaVoi
Podcast length: 54 mins
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