Calling all Black Women Research Scholars!
The time has come to apply for The Sadie Collective’s Virtual Research and Networking Reception taking place on November 16, 2021, in partnership with the Brookings Institution. Together we highlight and celebrate your research, pair you with a mentor and provide a platform of hundreds of guests who are eager to hear about your original research. This event will also provide allies with the information needed to best support Black and Brown women in economics and related fields.
who should apply?
Black women that are in the field of economics, finance, public policy, and/or data science and that are either:
1) a graduate student or
2) an early career job market candidate.
The Sadie Collective’s Virtual Research and Networking Reception give scholars the chance to:
Build community with a cohort of other Black women researchers in your field and/or related fields,
Present your research to The Sadie Collective community; members, allies, recruiters, advisory board, and partners of hundreds of supportive guests,
Be assigned a mentor in your field of study who will assist with the completion of your abstract, research, and presentation,
Network with a community of like-minded professionals in the economics, finance, public policy, and data science industries,
Receive a monetary award of a $1,000 stipend for your time devoted to presenting your research.
Apply here! The deadline is Friday, October 15, 2021, at 11:59 PM EST
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 how to hold educational institutions and corporations accountable for the progression of economic scholars who identify at the intersections of race and gender. 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 selection process to be distributed in February 2022 at the Brookings Institution.
Tiffany N. Ford, a Postdoctoral Fellow with The Brookings Institution, will moderate the panel, “Let’s Talk: Innovating the Education of Economics,” to be discussed by panelists whom all work in the field of economics and education across the pipeline and pathway. 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 selection process to be distributed in February 2022 at the Brookings Institution.
Stockholm School of Economics
CHINEMELU U.S. OKAFOR
Founder and President of The Research in Color Foundation
5:35 - 6:05 pm
6:05 - 6:10 pm
Program Introduction and Greeting
Panel: “Innovation in Economic’s
Education for Black and Brown Students”
Ally Award Announcement
Research Presentation Reception Begins
Final Remarks and Program Conclusion
Past Research Reception Participants