The 2022
Sadie T.M. Alexander Conference for Economics and Related Fields

Upholding the Standard

Cultivating Economic Shifts Through Accountability and Community

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Sadie T.M Alexander Conference for Economics and Related Fields 

2022 Hybrid Conference Weekend of Events

February 17 - 20, 2022 | Washington, DC

Brookings Institution   Urban Institute 

takes a village

to raise a child,

They say it

so it will take a nation to be strong enough to raise America through it’s institutions to be an adequate ally to the groups who are alienated from achieving agency and freedom.

The assignment of holding financial institutions, corporations and political parties accountable is long overdue. This call to action by the Black community and from Black women leaders, is a tradition. Last year’s recognition of four pandemics: racism, economic, environmental and notably health highlights that there is no time like the present to continue that tradition of holding Black women accountable.

With the bigger picture of paving a way for the following generation of economists, researchers and policy makers in mind, the overarching theme of SACE 2022 is accountability and building community.

Join us to engage in community collaboration on how to combat these tough conversations and gain the knowledge and resources to be a better advocate for the community. 

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#SACE2022 #ThankYouSadie

#WeLookLikeEconomists

The Sadie Collective will gather hundreds of Black women and allies from across the nation to hear from trailblazing Black women in the industry during our four day hybrid conference experience in Washington, D.C.  Events will be hosted at The Brookings Institution and The Urban Institute.

 

The general conference program consists of 6 panels, 5 workshops, 1 keynote address, 3 remarks/plenary sessions, 1 research reception, 1 award ceremony and 1 community service event. Whether an attendee is virtual or  in-person, the curated experience will pair them with mentors and they will hear from speakers from a variety of fields including economics, public policy, business, finance, and related fields. 

Confirmed Speakers

Belinda Archibong

Assistant Professor of Economics at Barnard College

Maakwe Cumanzala

Internal Engagement Specialist, The Sadie Collective

Joelle Gamble

Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy

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Dr. Sandile Hlatshwayo

Economist, International Monetary Fund

Stephanie Kimou

Founder and lead consultant for PopWorks Africa

Jhacova Williams

Associate Economist at RAND Corporation

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Deloris *Dela" Wilson

Founder of Axle Impact Studio

2022 Conference Recruiter Access

All 2022 conference recruiters will have access to our new conference landing page upon registration via Eventbrite, which will provide recruiters access to the following:​

  • An up-to-date resume bank of continuing resumes and CVs from hundreds of Black women across economics and related fields who are attending the 2022 Conference

  • An exclusive preview into The Sadie Collective's strategic plan through 2025 inclusive of plans for programming, funding, and organizational growth 

  • Recruiter-only updates for our highly-anticipated annual conference: The Sadie T.M. Alexander Conference for Economics and Related fields.

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The 2021 Sadie T.M. Alexander Conference for Economics & Related Fields