Calling all Economists in training, Economists, and Sadie Collective Supporters. The SACE 2022 Research Reception is on February 17, 2022.
For more context on our Virtual Research and Networking Reception, watch the 2021 reception here held during the 2021 Sadie Collective Conference season.
Join us as we highlight and celebrate the research of our Black women members and provide allies with the information needed to best support Black and Brown women in economics and related fields. In accordance with our Fourth Annual 2022 Sadie T.M. Alexander Conference theme of “Accountability and Community,” we will discuss why it is important to use economic research as a means to spur action and accountability in racial equity and in assessing the improvement of Black women's economic livelihood outcomes. We will also dive into what it means to be an ally of The Sadie Collective and announce the 2021-2022 Allies of the Year selected by our conference steering committee for the Brookings Institution.
Gizelle is global Chief Operating Officer of the Global Investment Research (GIR) Division at Goldman Sachs (GS). In this role, she works closely with divisional leadership on the management of GIR, as well as the development and execution of key strategic initiatives. Gizelle has played a leading role in publishing research that addresses social and economic racial inequities, including her contributions to Top of Mind: Investing in Racial Economic Equality and Black Womenomics. She serves as co-head of the GS New York/New Jersey chapter of the Firmwide Black Network and is a member of the GS One Million Black Women Steering Council. She is also a member of the GS Firmwide Conduct Committee. Gizelle earned a BS in Business Management from South Carolina State University, a historically Black college/university, and an MS in Clinical Psychology from Georgia Southern University.
Welcome and Program Introduction
Ally Award Presentation
Panel Discussion: Role of Economic Research in Action and Accountability
Research Presentations Begin
Final Remarks and Program Conclusion
Past Research Reception Participants